VIDEO ARIEL-LUNA MAYA-CUT TARI SCANDAL IN NEW YORK TIMES

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VIDEO TAPE ARIEL-LUNA MAYA-CUT TARI SCANDAL IN NEW YORK TIMES
VIDEO ARIEL SCANDAL
VIDEO ARIEL SCANDAL
VIDEO ARIEL SCANDAL
Allegedly obscene videos involving Ariel Peterpan, Cut Tari, Luna Maya and increasingly global. Influential newspapers in the United States, New York Times, also reviewing the video which he called "trigger debate" in Indonesia.

Writing about this video appeared on the New York Times edition of Sunday, June 13, 2010. The headline read, "Sex Tape Scandal fixates Indonesia."

Earlier, The Associated Press news agency also has lowered a report on this video. This report also appears on page Huffington Post, the most famous blog page today.

New York Times wrote, a series of video nasty appeared since the beginning of this June 2010. The video was then spread rapidly across the country through social media sites, mobile phones and pirated VCDs.

"Like other celebrity in any scandal, this case is shocking. But since this happened in Indonesia, where the criminal laws of the old and new states that action immoral, this scandal could certainly affect more than just embarrassing."

New York Times wrote, Head of Criminal Investigation Inspector General Ito Sumardi declare Ariel, Luna, and Cut Tari could be punished if proven record a video to consume others. "Depending on whether the video was stolen or stolen laptop," said Sumardi.

New York Times also quoted the Chairman of the Alliance of Independent Journalists, Nezar Patria, which states that the circulation of videos a worry. "Especially if the government or the Minister of Information seeks to use it to implement a new ministerial regulation on new media content," said Nezar. So, according Nezar, a kind of test case for the government.

And proved, the Associated Press launched Tifatul Sembiring statement Information Minister stating the videos are good reasons to filter Internet content. "I think now people understand the usefulness of the regulation," said Tifatul quoted by the New York Times.

Meanwhile, the Associated Press wrote in a different angle. AP writes about the raids on school children following a mass circulation sordid videos.

AP writes, sex videos posed a debate about whether or not sex education at home and school. And AP launch, Education Minister M Nuh states reject that idea. "I do not see sex education in schools is needed," said Noah. "I believe people will learn the sex of natural causes."

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