JAKARTADAILY.ID – Indonesian largest private airline, Lion Air, has reported Instagram accounts @lelahmiskinproject and @ramdanalamsyah.id to the Indonesian National Police Criminal Investigation (Bareskrim) for their content which is detrimental to the company.
The two social media accounts were uploading video content, @lelahmiskinproject account posted a video entitled “Ngintipin Lion in the Air” and @ramdanalamsyah.id account posted a video entitled " horrifying, Lion Air Engine Burns, Temporarily Stops All Lion Air Flights.
"On this upload, Lion Air has decided to take legal steps," said Corporate Communications Strategic of Lion Air, Danang Mandala Prihantoro in a statement quoted on Wednesday, November 1, 2022.
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According to Danang, Lion Air has studied the contents of the video and has reported it to the National Police Criminal Investigation for an investigation of the actions taken by @lelahmiskinproject and @ramdanalamsyah.id.
"This step is to determine the recommendations for the next legal decision," said Danang.
Danang stated, the content of the video, which has spread widely in the form of electronic documents, is negative, tendentious, defamatory, detrimental to the company, and affects netizens (social media users) and the public.
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"This is Lion Air's effort to understand negative content and strengthen the movement against the spread of negative content in cyberspace," he said.
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