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Starlink Gets Operational Permit in Indonesia, Minister of Communication and Information: Same Obligations as Other Operators

On the other hand, Lilly S. Wasitova, an aerospace engineer and aerospace technology practitioner, said that security and sovereignty factors must be taken into consideration by the government in granting permits for satellite operators to operate in Indonesia.

“That is what has made India reject Starlink operations in its country. The entry of Starlink could be a factor in India's security and sovereignty becoming vulnerable. “I'm not sure Indonesia had an in-depth study of these two aspects when Starlink was granted a business license,” said Lilly in a written statement, Wednesday (24/4/2024).

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He assessed that space technology appears to be silent and visible to the naked eye, but has the potential to threaten the security and sovereignty of a country.

India, as a country that rejects the presence of Starlink, must have an in-depth study regarding potential threats to security and sovereignty. One of the security things you want to maintain is personal data and community demographic data.

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“You cannot equate the interests of the state with those of business entities. I hope that Indonesia as a sovereign country can follow India's example in maintaining security and sovereignty when Starlink is present directly to serve the community,” said Lilly.

Indonesia as an archipelagic country, with large economic power and a very large population, should be protected by the government from potential threats to the sovereignty and welfare of its people from efforts that are detrimental to the state. READ ALSO: Minister of Communication and Information Says Starlink Will Be Trialed at IKN in May 20243 from 4 pages Study Must Be Open to Public EnlargeThe Falcon 9 rocket takes off from Space Launch Complex 40 at Florida's Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, United States, Thursday (23/5/2019 ). SpaceX previously launched a Starlink satellite into orbit but failed. (AP Photo John Raoux) Lilly is concerned about the government's plans to use Starlink for the first time at IKN. Moreover, IKN is a candidate for the capital of Indonesia which is considered very strategic.

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According to him, before Kominfo grants a business permit for Starlink, an in-depth study of both the need for telecommunications services using satellites and national security studies should be opened to the public first.

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The aim is to let the public know how big the need for telecommunications using satellites is in Indonesia.

In this way, threats to ideology, politics, economics, social, culture, defense and security (ipoleksosbudhankam) can be minimized.

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