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A spate of hacking attacks on Indonesian media that published articles critical of the government’s response to the coronavirus has raised concerns over press freedom, the country’s leading journalists’ association said on Monday.

At least four media organizations have been targeted in unprecedented digital attacks, said Abdul Manan, chairman of the Alliance of Independent Journalists (AJI).

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