The Human Rights Act and the Electronic Surveillance in Indonesia Corruption Eradication

Paramita Ersan
University of Padjajaran, Indonesia


Human rights are rights to be enjoyed by individuals in their own societies and implemented and enforced under their laws and institutions. The Surveillance of Interception of Communications operates within the office of Enforcements Operations, handles all request to conduct domestic surveillance of wire, oral, and electronic communication for law enforcement purpose. The research focus on the need for interception as new investigative techniques by Indonesia Corruption Eradication with its greater potential causing difficulties to access justice and fairness of the trial, as it’s represents serious interference with privacy rights as guaranteed by the constitutional law. The primary source examined for this paper was ancient domestic and international law books. The aims to examine existing law covering the use of technical surveillance devices with the requirements of the right to respect for private and family life as a fundamental rights of all citizens.


Human Rights, Electronic Surveillance, Indonesia, Corruption Eradication