Rachma Indriyani, Rachma
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Kebijakan Sekaya Maritim dalam Rangka Peningkatan Kesejahteraan Nelayan di Lampung Timur: Analisis Tantangan dan Peluang Indriyani, Rachma; Satriyo, Ayub Torry; Sari, Diah Apriani Atika
Dialogia Iuridica: Jurnal Hukum Bisnis dan Investasi Volume 7 Nomor 1 November 2015
Publisher : Maranatha Christian University

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Fishing has been a traditional occupation for millennia, supporting a plethora of communities, both along the sea coast and inland. However, traditional fishermen are under pressure from large scale unregulated industrialization, export-oriented, mechanized fishing and aquaculture. Therefore, it’s community faced with deprivations of many kinds. The Ministry of Marine Affairs and Fisheries has been launching Sekaya Maritim program since early 2015, as an effort to improve the welfare of traditional fishermen. Considering that every region has different culture and problems to each other, then it should be a policy which appropriated to the real needs of local fishing communities. Nevertheless, one fits for all could not always fix all. Through descriptive approach and case study analysis, this paper reviews the Sekaya Maritim program applied in East Lampung, as well as map out the challenges and opportunities that should be a reflective matter for the government, so that the program could be optimally implemented and precisely targeted.
The Interplay Between Laos as Landlocked State and its Surrounding Coastal States Indriyani, Rachma; Budyatmojo, Winarno; Rahman, Andi; Sudarso, Thomas
Yustisia Jurnal Hukum Vol 6, No 2: MAY-AUGUST 2017
Publisher : Faculty of Law, Universitas Sebelas Maret

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This paper analyzes the problems concerning Laos as a Land-locked state (LLS) rights to gain access of the sea and its resources, including conflicts and disadvantages which may arise regarding Laos and its neighboring states and/or transit states to figure out the best way to get access to fisheries at the sea. We used some legal research methods of case studies and normative doctrines which lead us to discover the rights of landlocked states provided by the UNCLOS being violated or constrained by technical problems and the denial of free transit which is highly influenced by international relation between states. This study concludes that the rights must necessarily be supported with another bilateral/multilateral agreements and organization which may help to manage landlocked states in effort of the realization of their rights.
Legal Protection for Urban Online-Transportation-Users’ Personal Data Disclosure in the Age of Digital Technology Tejomurti, Kukuh; Hadi, Hernawan; Imanullah, Moch Najib; Indriyani, Rachma
PADJADJARAN Jurnal Ilmu Hukum (Journal of Law) Vol 5, No 3 (2018): PADJADJARAN JURNAL ILMU HUKUM (JOURNAL OF LAW)
Publisher : PADJADJARAN Jurnal Ilmu Hukum (Journal of Law)

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This study aims to describe the protection of personal data of online transportation customer from the perspective of legal protection for privacy. Although online transportation services enable users to travel with low-cost easily, they also pose new challenges. The challenges include the absence of standards of protection for both passengers and drivers, especially the protection of the user’s privacy rights. The issue of personal data protection and the privacy rights has arisen after some drivers intimidate their customers because thecustomers give bad ratings that the drivers do not desire. The types of intimidation are, among others, determining the work time, travel route, housecondition, workplacecondition, etc. Criminal individuals can expose all weaknesses in customers’ personal data protectionto commit acts of crime. In addition, the users’ personal data can be transferred to other parties outside the jurisdiction of Indonesian law. This study uses normative legal research with prescriptive character. The legal approach used in this study is the conceptual and the regulatory approaches. The results show that, until now, there is no guarantee of the protection of privacy rights for online transportation users. The consumers’ efforts to make legal remedies for compensation claims also face problems due to the existence of standard clauses in the provisions of the privacy policy.Perlindungan Hukum terhadap Pengguna Transportasi Daring terhadap Keamanan Privasi Data Pribadi DigitalAbstrakArtikel ini meneliti tentang bagaimana pemetaan keamanan data pribadi digital pelanggan moda transportasi online di Indonesia dalam perspektif perlindungan hukum atas privasi. Meski layanan moda transportasi online memudahkan pengguna untuk bepergian dengan tawaran tarif murah, namun moda transportasi daring  berbasis aplikasi juga menimbulkan tantangan baru, yaitu belum adanya standar keamanan baik bagi penumpang maupun driver moda transportasi berbasis online, khususnya keamanan hak atas privasi data pribadi digital. Persoalan keamanan data pribadi sudah muncul mulai dari pelanggan yang diintimidasi oleh driver karena memberikan penilaian buruk, sms atau chat whatsapp yang tidak dikehendaki dari driver atau pihak ketiga lainnya, sampai pada mendeterminasi waktu berangkat kerja, rute perjalanan, kondisi rumah, kondisi tempat kerja. Semua kelemahan keamanan data pribadi pelanggan dapat dimanfaatkan oleh oknum kriminal untuk melakukan aksi kejahatan, bahkan penjualan data-data penting yang bersifat pribadi itu ke pihak lain. Hasil penelitian menunjukan bahwa sampai saat ini belum ada jaminan keamanan perlindungan hak atas privasi bagi pengguna transportasi daring dan upaya pengguna sebagai konsumen dalam melakukan upaya hukum gugatan ganti rugi juga menghadapi persoalan karena adanya standar klausula baku pada ketentuan kebijakan privasiDOI: https://doi.org/10.22304/pjih.v5n3.a5
APPRAISING THE LAW OF WILLS IN A CONTRACT Al Amaren, Emad Mohammad; Indriyani, Rachma
Hang Tuah Law Journal VOLUME 3 ISSUE 1, APRIL 2019-SEPTEMBER 2019
Publisher : Universitas Hang Tuah

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Contracts play a significant role in both economic and commercial transactions, whether internal contract within a national legal system of a State or contract with international nature due to there is more than one legal system would be involved. As a tool that runs international trade and a means of economic exchanges across the border, it can not be denied that many practitioners have high stakes and interest through a contract. The internationality of the contract may impose its subordination to a law other than the law of the judge, and may be subjected to the international substantive rules represented in the most common rules of international law or common principles of international trade rules. Therefore, the definition of the concept of an international contract is a critical issue for the consequences of this limitation. Therefore, the appraisal between domestic and international contract is crucial to do as well as the role of the will in internationalizing the contract.
LOSS AND DAMAGE DUE TO CLIMATE CHANGE IN INDONESIA: AN OVERVIEW OF THE ASEAN COOPERATION ADAPTING TO GLOBAL WARMING Apriani Atika Sari, Diah; Indriyani, Rachma
Indonesian Journal of International Law Vol 12, No 3 (2015): INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION I
Publisher : Faculty of Law, Universitas Indonesia

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Climate change is already causing significant loss and damage, and this issue has only become more urgent. Indonesia as the biggest archipelagic state in the world has faced great challenge of loss and damage due to climate change. Moreover, Southeast Asia is highly vulnerable to climate change as a large proportion of the population and economic activity is concentrated along coastlines; the region is heavily reliant on agriculture for livelihoods; there is a high dependence on natural resources and forestry; and the level of extreme poverty remains high. Vulnerability differs between South East Asia?s countries, however they are not immune from the occurrence of bad impacts. For that reason, regional cooperation is essential to cope with climate change and its impacts. The United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) has stated loss and damage as the actual and/or potential manifestation of impacts associated with climate change in developing countries that negatively affect human and natural systems. Future loss and damage is potentially of unimaginable magnitude. These associated loss and damage now require new approaches that must also consider the challenge of addressing non-economic losses. In 2009, an ASEAN Climate Change Initiative (ACCI) was created to enhance coordination and cooperation in addressing climate change. This article will presents an overview of strategy and mechanism on ACCI as loss and damage response, furthermore, what kind of prospect can be taken by Indonesia.Therefore, it will analyze how such regional cooperation are made possible to be a panacea for climate change problem.