Indonesian Instagrammer Faces Prison Time for Meme – Human Rights Watch


Human Rights Watch
Indonesian Instagrammer Faces Prison Time for Meme
Human Rights Watch
Dyann Kemala Arrizzqi's Instagram feed is filled with her travel photos, demonstrations of her prowess at traditional Balinese dance poses, and wry memes. But now the content of her Instagram feed may get her sent to an Indonesian prison. That's

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