Felicia Li-Gaillard
Mar 18, 2019

Protecting your brand from fake news during the Indonesia elections

Integral Ad Science's Felicia Li-Gaillard explains what brands should look out for during the election period, and how to protect their reputations.

Indonesian president Joko Widodo taking a selfie with fans. He has already been the subject of fake news articles ahead of the election. (Source: Muhammad AF/ AFP)

General elections will be held in Indonesia on 17 April 2019. For the first time in Indonesian history, the president, vice president, and members of the People's Consultative Assembly, will be elected on the same day by over 190 million eligible voters exercising their rights. Sixteen parties will be participating in the elections nationally four will be participating for the first time. It’ll be a tough fight for the seats and an opportunity to garner support by all...

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