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Ahok and running mate Djarot Saiful Hidayat lost comprehensively to rivals Anies Baswedan and Sandiaga Uno according to quick count results from several pollsters.

However, the General Election Commission, or KPU, will only announce the official winner of the election in early May.

Ahok’s supporters have taken to Instagram and Twitter — with Jakarta being the Twitter capital of the world — to thank Ahok for leading the capital in the past two and a half years.

On Instagram, there were over 4,800 posts using the hashtag #terimakasihahok, or "thank you Ahok," by Friday morning (21/04). There were also more than 1,000 posts using the hashtag #terimakasihahokdjarot, or "thank you Ahok and Djarot."

Both hashtags were also trending on Twitter, as well as another hashtag #AhokForNobel, recommending the governor for the prestigious Nobel Peace Prize.

The hashtag was first mentioned by the Twitter handle @ahokfornobel, which is reportedly run from Oslo, Norway, which hosts the Nobel Prize ceremony every year. Until this report was published the account only had 583 followers.

The account is linked to the website www.ahokfornobel.com where people can show their support for Ahok to receive the Nobel Prize.
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            [post_content] => San Francisco. Twitter is considering whether to build a premium version of its network aimed at professionals, the company said on Thursday (23/03), raising the possibility that it could collect subscription fees from some users for the first time.

Like most other social media companies, Twitter has focused on building a huge user base for a free service supported by advertising. Last month, it reported it had 319 million users worldwide.

But unlike the much larger Facebook, Twitter has failed to attract enough in advertising revenue to turn a profit even as its popularity with US President Donald Trump and other celebrities makes the network a constant center of attention.

Twitter is conducting a survey "to assess the interest in a new, more enhanced version of Tweetdeck," an existing tool that helps users navigate the network, spokeswoman Brielle Villablanca said in a statement on Thursday.

She went on: "We regularly conduct user research to gather feedback about people's Twitter experience and to better inform our product investment decisions, and we're exploring several ways to make Tweetdeck even more valuable for professionals."

There was no indication that Twitter was considering charging fees from all its users.

Word of the survey had earlier leaked on Twitter, where a journalist affiliated with the New York Times posted screenshots of what a premium version of Tweetdeck could look like.



Other social media firms, such as Microsoft's LinkedIn unit, already have tiered memberships, with subscription versions that offer greater access and data.

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The company shut down a total of 376,890 accounts in the last six months of 2016, Twitter said in its latest transparency report.

Twitter also said it had started taking legal requests to remove content posted by verified journalists and media outlets.

Twitter said it had received 88 such requests, but had not taken any action on the majority of these requests.

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            [post_content] => Frankfurt. A diplomatic spat between Turkey, the Netherlands and Germany spread online on Wednesday (15/03) when a large number of Twitter accounts were hijacked and replaced with anti-Nazi messages in Turkish.

The attacks, using the hashtags #Nazialmanya (NaziGermany) or #Nazihollanda (NaziHolland), took over accounts of high-profile CEOs, publishers, government agencies, politicians and also some ordinary Twitter users.

Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan has accused the German and Dutch governments of Nazi-style tactics, drawing protests from both countries, after Turkish government ministers were barred from addressing political rallies there to boost his support among expatriate Turks.

The account hijackings took place as the Dutch began voting on Wednesday in a parliamentary election that is seen as a test of anti-establishment and anti-immigrant sentiment.

"Politically motivated cyber attacks in general thrive on making as large a media impact as possible and therefore it is expected to see these attacks whenever a political conflict escalates," FireEye cyber security analyst Jens Monrad said.

The hacked accounts featured tweets with Nazi symbols, a variety of hashtags and the phrase "See you on April 16", the date of a planned referendum in Turkey on extending Erdogan's presidential powers.

Among them were the accounts of the European Parliament and the personal profile of French conservative politician Alain Juppe.

They also included the UK Department of Health and BBC North America, along with the profile of Marcelo Claure, the chief executive of US telecoms operator Sprint Corp.

Other accounts included publishing sites for Die Welt, Forbes and Reuters Japan and several non-profit agencies including Amnesty International and Unicef USA, as well as Duke University in the United States.

The hijacked profiles were recovered, some more quickly than others. BBC North America tweeted: "Hi everyone - we temporarily lost control of this account, but normal service has resumed".

Dutch Connections

A Twitter spokesman said it was aware of the latest account takeovers and had begun to investigate.

"We quickly located the source which was limited to a third party app. We removed its permissions immediately," a Twitter statement said. It added that no additional accounts are affected.

At least some of the hijacked tweets appear to have been delivered via Twitter Counter, a Netherlands-based Twitter audience analytics company. Twitter Counter Chief Executive Omer Ginor acknowledged via email that the service had been hacked.

"Preliminary findings are that our app, (along) with others, was used this morning to send Erdogan-supporting and anti-Dutch messages on behalf of our users," Ginor said. He added: "We've already taken measures to contain such abuse," including suspending the posting of tweets via the Twitter Connect app.

The firm provides statistics to some 2 million Twitter users who link their profiles into the Twitter Connect app to track audience responses to their tweets. This connection appears to have been exploited in the attacks.

Twitter Counter also was the target of a hack attack in mid-November that led some Twitter accounts linked to the company's app to spew out spam tweets, including those of soccer star Lionel Messi and gaming sites Sony Playstation and Microsoft Xbox.

Ginor said the connections between the November attacks and the current ones were circumstantial, but there were similarities.

"Both attacks (had) similar effects and seemingly (the) same country of origin, as the November attackers were indeed operating from Turkey and the actions taken were benefiting Turkish properties and people," the Twitter Counter exec said.

Cyber Protest Stunts

Last Saturday, denial of service attacks staged by a Turkish hacking group hit the websites of Rotterdam airport and anti-Islam firebrand Geert Wilders, whose Freedom Party is vying to form to form the biggest party in the Dutch parliament.

A Turkish group known as Aslan Neferler Tim (Lion Soldiers Team) claimed responsibility.

The same group appears to have been responsible for temporary outages in August and September last year of the sites of Austrian institutions including the Vienna airport, the national parliament and Central Bank.

Those attacks occurred in the midst of a diplomatic row that followed Austria's calls for European Union accession talks with Turkey to be dropped.

Analyst Monrad said cyber attacks have become a technically easy and increasingly common means of political score-settling.

"Ultimately, this trend will only get worse," he said. "Cyber threats don't move backward. If anything, the barrier to entry only becomes lower over time". 

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            [post_content] => Washington. The US State Department on Monday issued and then deleted a congratulatory message for an Oscar win by a prominent Iranian director who criticized President Donald Trump's travel ban as "inhumane."

The State Department's official Persian-language Twitter account, @USAdarFarsi, tweeted congratulations to the Iranian people and Asghar Farhadi, director of "The Salesman," after the movie won an Oscar for best foreign-language film on Sunday, according to screenshots of the message circulated on Twitter.

Farhadi boycotted the Oscars ceremony to protest Trump's January executive order that temporarily banned entry to the United States by Iranians and citizens of six other Muslim-majority countries, and issued a statement criticizing the order. The ban was blocked by federal courts, although the administration is working on a new order. Farhadi chose two Iranian-Americans - a female engineer and a former NASA scientist - to represent him at the ceremony. Anousheh Ansari, an engineer who was the first female space tourist, read a statement on Farhadi's behalf calling the travel ban "inhumane." "Dividing the world into the 'us' and 'our enemies' categories creates fear, a deceitful justification for aggression and war," Ansari said, reading from Farhadi's statement. According to screenshots circulating on Twitter, the @USAdarFarsi account posted a message around 1 a.m. EST congratulating Farhadi on the award, which was Iran's second Oscar victory. The tweet was then deleted, although it is unclear exactly when. "A congratulatory tweet was posted," a State Department spokeswoman said. "We later removed the post to avoid any misperception that the USG (US government) endorsed the comments made in the acceptance speech." A second State Department official said the decision to delete the tweet was made within the department. The @USAdarFarsi account, which launched in February 2011 and seeks to engage directly with Iranians, had previously tweeted messages about "The Salesman," including on Jan. 24, when it noted its Academy Award nomination and sent best wishes to Farhadi. That tweet, which is still online, was published days before Trump issued the travel ban that sparked Farhadi's protest. Farhadi also won an Oscar in 2012 in the same category for his film "A Separation." 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"Twitter said it will cooperate with the ministry to improve digital literacy to overcome these problems," he said, adding that special standards will be established to define together what kind of content should be considered offensive. "We have laws and standards, and so do they [Twitter]. What we consider a violation, might not be [a violation] for them," he said. Samuel also encouraged high-profile Twitter users to have their accounts verified. "Verification of government-owned accounts will be done collectively; the ministry has a list of accounts of other [governmental institutions," he said. The social media platform is in the process of verifying the accounts to help users share reliable information. [post_title] => Twitter Joins IT Ministry to Combat Fake News [post_excerpt] => The Ministry of Communications and Information Technology has teamed up with social media platform Twitter to combat the circulation of fake news. 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Siniwi [attachment] => stdClass Object ( [width] => 3500 [height] => 2176 [file] => http://img.thejakartaglobe.com/2016/01/twitter.jpg [sizes] => stdClass Object ( [thumbnail] => stdClass Object ( [file] => twitter-150x150.jpg [width] => 150 [height] => 150 [mime-type] => image/jpeg ) [medium] => stdClass Object ( [file] => twitter-300x186.jpg [width] => 300 [height] => 186 [mime-type] => image/jpeg ) [large] => stdClass Object ( [file] => twitter-1024x636.jpg [width] => 1024 [height] => 636 [mime-type] => image/jpeg ) ) [image_meta] => stdClass Object ( [aperture] => 0 [credit] => REUTERS [camera] => [caption] => Like most other social media companies, Twitter has focused on building a huge user base for a free service supported by advertising. In February, it reported it had 319 million users worldwide. 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Yudhoyono's original tweet says: "I'm asking the president and the police chief — don't I have the rights to live in peace in my own country?" Indonesians — whose capital Jakarta has been dubbed the world's most active Twitter city — soon rejoiced in trolling Yudhoyono. By Tuesday morning, the top Twitter Indonesia trend was the hashtag #SayaBertanya (I'm asking) which people use on tweets mimicking and mocking the ex-president's melodramatic tone. Twitter user @fathyle said "I'm asking the president and the police chief — those parking touts at minimarkets always appear out of nowhere just as I'm about to leave. Who are they really?" The next top trend was "Bapak Presiden dan Kapolri," or "The President and the Police Chief." Another Twitter user @Papi_Ardi had said, "I am asking the president and the police chief, how come I love eating roast pork?" Some also took the opportunity to make snide remarks against Agus Harimurti, Yudhoyono's eldest son who is running for governor in the Jakarta election on Feb. 15. One of them, Twitter user @martendoank, said he wondered why Yudhoyono's son had refused to be interviewed by famous TV host Najwa Shihab from Metro TV, when he seemed to be on friendly terms with Rizieq Shihab, the leader of the hardline Islamic Defenders Front, or FPI, who shares the same surname. He said, "And I'm asking, why is Agus so afraid of Najwa Shibab when he's so chummy with Rizieq Shihab?"

Previously, the head of the South Jakarta Police, Chief Comr. Iwan Kurniawan, said the protest at Yudhoyono's home, which attracted around 500 students, was dispersed by the police at 2.45 p.m.

During the protest, the students handed out paper leaflets to passersby containing messages of support to Indonesia's state ideology Pancasila, encouragement for law enforcers to continue their probe into high-profile graft cases and protest against discrimination and radical groups.

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Twitter Indonesia said as a global communication platform it has clear terms of services to make sure the platform give benefits to and protect users at the same time. "In order to ensure safety for our users, we can suspend accounts who have violated Twitter rules," Twitter Indonesia said in a statement. Suspensions are based on reports of violations from users. According to Twitter regulations, an account can be suspended for several reasons, including for making direct or indirect violent threats, harassment, hateful conduct, multiple account abuse, disclosing private information, impersonation and promoting self-harm. Twitter Indonesia did not specify which violations the three suspended FPI accounts were guilty of. 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Without naming the president-elect, Streep, the most admired US actress of her generation, assailed him while giving a lifetime achievement acceptance speech at Sunday night's Golden Globe awards.

Her speech received more than a million YouTube views. In it, Streep recalled her dismay at Trump's imitation of Serge Kovaleski, a disabled New York Times reporter, during the 2016 election campaign.

"This instinct to humiliate when it's modeled by someone in the public platform by someone powerful, it filters down into everybody's life," the "Sophie's Choice" actress said.

Trump on Monday tweeted that Streep was "one of the most overrated actresses in Hollywood." His comment sparked a top trending Twitter hashtag #ThingsTrumpThinksAreOverrated with users suggesting other issues he had similarly dismissed.

"Being a war hero," tweeted one.

"Laws against nepotism," suggested another.

"Hamilton the musical," recalled another, while one user added "American intelligence services."

Trump on Twitter denied mocking the reporter when he flailed his arms and slurred his speech at a campaign event. His top aide, Kellyanne Conway, said on Monday that the media should pay more attention to Trump's feelings than his statements.

"You want to go with what’s come out of his mouth rather than what’s in his heart," Conway told CNN.

Streep also urged viewers to support press freedom through the non-profit Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ).

Donations totaling $88,000 have poured in since her speech, more than the group received in the entire month of December, which was its best ever single month, deputy executive director Robert Mahoney told Reuters on Monday.

 "This has been a fantastic show of support for the CPJ," Mahoney said, adding the CPJ was not aware Streep planned to mention its work at the Globes ceremony.

Josh Earnest, spokesman for President Barack Obama, said Streep had exercised her right to free speech with a thoughtful, deeply felt message. Trump succeeds Obama on Jan. 20. Others, including Meghan McCain, daughter of Republican Senator John McCain, took another view. "This Meryl Streep speech is why Trump won. And if people in Hollywood don't start recognizing why and how - you will help him get re-elected," she wrote on Twitter. Reuters [post_title] => Meryl Streep vs. Donald Trump Sparks Twitter Fray [post_excerpt] => Donald Trump called Meryl Streep an "overrated actress" on Monday after the three-time Oscar winner publicly criticized him for having belittled a disabled journalist. [post_parent] => 0 [guid] => http://jakartaglobe.id/?p=621091 [post_type] => post [post_date_gmt] => 2017-01-10 02:44:11 [post_date] => 2017-01-10 09:44:11 [post_name] => meryl-streep-vs-donald-trump-sparks-twitter-fray [author] => Mohammad Zargham and Jill Serjeant [author_permalink] => /author/mohammad-zargham-and-jill-serjeant/ [category] => Array ( [0] => stdClass Object ( [term_id] => 14421 [name] => ShowBiz [slug] => showbiz-features [parent] => 116 [term_taxonomy_id] => 14490 [permalink] => features/showbiz-features ) ) [permalink] => /showbiz-features/meryl-streep-vs-donald-trump-sparks-twitter-fray/ [meta] => stdClass Object ( [_edit_lock] => 1484016363:68 [_edit_last] => 68 [_thumbnail_id] => 621078 [post_type_override] => NA [author] => Mohammad Zargham and Jill Serjeant [post_writter_override] => -1 [post_source_override] => 68 [news_type] => International [news_source] => REUTERS [jg_post_template] => 2col [featured] => false [_yoast_wpseo_focuskw] => streep trump [_yoast_wpseo_metadesc] => Donald Trump called Meryl Streep an "overrated actress" on Monday after the three-time Oscar winner publicly criticized him for having belittled a disabled journalist. [jglobeShrinker] => http://jglo.be/jEvt [_yoast_wpseo_linkdex] => 63 ) [user_author] => Lisa Siregar [author_by_line] => Mohammad Zargham and Jill Serjeant [attachment] => stdClass Object ( [width] => 641 [height] => 468 [file] => http://img.thejakartaglobe.com/2017/01/download-41.jpeg [sizes] => stdClass Object ( [thumbnail] => stdClass Object ( [file] => download-41-150x150.jpeg [width] => 150 [height] => 150 [mime-type] => image/jpeg ) [medium] => stdClass Object ( [file] => download-41-300x219.jpeg [width] => 300 [height] => 219 [mime-type] => image/jpeg ) ) [image_meta] => stdClass Object ( [aperture] => 0 [credit] => © Mario Anzuoni / Reuters [camera] => [caption] => Meryl Streep holds the Cecil B. DeMille Award during the 74th Annual Golden Globe Awards in Beverly Hills, California, US, January 8, 2017. (Reuters Photo/Mario Anzuoni) [created_timestamp] => 1483970044 [copyright] => [focal_length] => 0 [iso] => 0 [shutter_speed] => 0 [title] => Meryl Streep holds the Cecil B. DeMille Award during the 74th Annual Golden Globe Awards in Beverly Hills ) [post_id] => 621078 ) ) )