Kartika Gayatri Paramitha, Maria Maya Lestari, Erdiansyah Erdiansyah


One of the most popular social media is Twitter. On twitter, there are many
autobase accounts that distribute immoral content and have many followers. Even
though Law Number 11 of 2008 has formulated criminal provisions regarding the
distribution of immoral content, in reality the law enforcement is still lacking. The
formulation of the problem in this research are: 1) the alleged perpetrator of the crime
distributes immoral content through the autobase twitter account? 2) law enforcement
against the perpetrators of the Twitter autobase account managers who provide access
to upload immoral content?
This type of research is a normative juridical research with a legal principle
approach. Data analysis through a qualitative approach.
The results of this study are as follows: the criminal responsibility of the
perpetrators of distributing content contained in the autobase twitter account is
sentenced to a maximum imprisonment of 6 years and/or a maximum fine of Rp.,00 in accordance with the provisions of Article 45 paragraph (1) jo.
Article 27 paragraph (1) of Law Number 19 of 2016 concerning Amendments to Law
Number 11 of 2008. Law enforcement has been carried out by law enforcement officers,
namely the Police against autobase account managers who provide access to distribute
immoral content by establishing an IT Sub-directorate & Cyber Crimes that are stored
to prevent, anticipate and combat cyber crimes, carry out (sweeping), conduct
counseling about the dangers of pornography and criminal sanctions. Law enforcement
from the Ministry of Communication and Information by blocking, establishing a Forum
for Handling Internet Sites with Negative Content, operating a machine for censoring
negative content on the internet. However, law enforcement has not yet shown maximum
results. This can be seen from the many autobase accounts that provide access to
distribute immoral content.
Keywords: Accountability, Twitter Autobase, Immoral Content

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