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The Indonesian Alliance of Independent Journalists advised journalism outlets put accuracy before being first, the Jakarta Post reported.

The group’s Indonesia chairperson, Eko “Item” Maryadi told the Online Media Annual Conference, that the council is receiving more and more “complaints about online news media,” and advised conference participants to follow the Indonesian press council’s code of ethics, according to the Jakarta Post.

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