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Surveillance devices imported into Indonesia targets cellular phone users. Some of it uses artificial intelligence technology.

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Founder of Digital Forensic Indonesia (DFI), Ruby Alamsyah, showing one of his self-assembled open source IMSI-catchers, May 2. TEMPO/Lani Diana . tempo : 172126729120.

RESEARCHER from Digital Forensic Indonesia (DFI), Ruby Alamsyah, pulled out a black box-shaped bag from his office at Prosperity Tower in Kebayoran Baru, South Jakarta. The plastic bag contained an Individual Mobile Subscriber Identity device or IMSI Catcher. “This is similar to the device that was once used by one law enforcement agency as a surveillance tool,” Ruby told Tempo on Thursday afternoon, May 2.

Inside the bag, sever

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Moh. Khory Alfarizi and Krisna Adhi Pradipta contributed to this article.
 

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