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6 Lentera Hukum v (2019)

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Lentera Huhum, Volume 6 Issue 1(2019), pp. v-vi
ISSN 2355-4673 (Print) 2621-3710 (Online)
https://doi.org/10.19184/ ejlh.v6i1.10766
Published by the University of Jember, Indonesia
Available online 28 April 2019



Preface


Since the advent of the Industrial Revolution 4.0, the development of legal studies in
Indonesia has entered a new  pathway.  The  debate over digital technology adds new
emphasize  to which   legal studies are driven to critically examine with multitude
viewpoints. This  development   has forced an  arduous  task on  the government   to
respond   to technological  advancement   and  cater  to the  needs  of  sustainable
development;  therefore, the current regulatory debate is encouraged  to conform  to
these trends. For example, emerging online transportation applications like Go-Jek and
Grab  have challenged the government;  they demonstrate  that the current regulatory
regime  is not  sufficient to respond to  this fast-changing world.  Following  this
technological innovation, crime becomes linked to the development of online systems.
For instance, there are numerous  examples in which  fraud is present in online shop
systems  and these crimes need to be addressed by the government  for the security of
customers.
      Apart from  this advancement  of technological systems, there are other serious
concerns: environmental  protection, terrorism, and narcotics. Firstly, environmental
protection  can aid in  the fulfillment of sustainable development.  In fact, in the
aftermath of Indonesia's Reformation Era, environmental  protection in Indonesia has
been questioned. In particular, the amount of deforestation has significantly increased
just after the introduction of decentralization.' This trajectory highlights the extent to
which  the assessment of the regulatory regime in the decentralized period needs to be
analyzed  in tandem  with  the criminalization of corporation against environmental
protection. Secondly, the combat  against terrorism has become  a difficult effort for
nations' governments.   Since the  9/11 terrorist attack in the United   States, the
widespread  war against terrorism has been addressed globally. However, terrorism is a
multifaceted issue and  needs preventative alternatives. For the United States, this
attack was seen as a global attack on security and created combatting terrorism as one
of the nation's top priorities.2 In Indonesia, the Bali suicide bomb blast was the initial
episode in which the nation's security was seriously attacked.3 As a result, terrorism in
Indonesia has been  debated, in which religious extremism and  security concerns are
uneasy intersections to address. There has been a number of alternatives taken by the
government  and the new model  of preventative measures such as immigration control is
rigorously  discussed  by  Indonesia's  scholars  and  policymakers.   Thirdly, the
distribution of narcotics in Indonesia results in a complex legal enforcement problem.

1  Luke Lazarus Arnold, Deforestation in Decentralised Indonesia: What's Law Got to Do With It? 31
   at 77.
2  Brian Michael Jenkins, John Godges & James Dobbins, The Long Shadow of 9/11: America's Response to
   Terrorism (Santa Monica, CA: RAND, 2011) at 61.
3  N C Asthana & Anjali Nirmal, Urban Terrorism: Myths and Realities (Pointer Publishers, 2009) at 265.

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