Arm Release 1.4.2

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Hi, the next release of arm is now available. This one was focused on a full rewrite of the connection panel, improving its maintainability, performance, and (best of all) features. When rendered, the panel's baseline cpu usage is less than half of its previous incarnation, along with providing far more information...

http://www.atagar.com/transfer/tmp/armScreenshot-1.4.2.png

- Full paths for your currently active Tor circuits
- Identification of the applications attached to your socks, hidden service, and control ports
- Identifying exit connections and the common uses for ports they're attached to
- Much better accuracy in identifying client and directory connections
- Expanded path information when there's space available (thanks to Fabian Keil)

... and many, many more enhancements and fixes. For the full list see:
http://www.atagar.com/arm/releaseNotes.php#1.4.2

Also, thanks to pyllyukko arm is now on slackbuilds.org so there's simple install options available for:
Debian, Ubuntu, Gentoo, Arch Linux, and Slackware

As always, screenshots and downloads are available from the project's homepage:
http://www.atagar.com/arm/

Cheers! -Damian

I have a problem connecting tor..I study in a college which is behind a proxy..below is the log...

Apr 05 07:18:56.341 [Notice] Tor v0.2.1.20. This is experimental software. Do not rely on it for strong anonymity. (Running on Very recent version of Windows [major=6,minor=1] Service Pack 1 [workstation] {terminal services, single user})
Apr 05 07:18:56.341 [Notice] Initialized libevent version 1.4.12-stable using method win32. Good.
Apr 05 07:18:56.341 [Notice] Opening Socks listener on 127.0.0.1:9050
Apr 05 07:18:56.341 [Notice] Opening Control listener on 127.0.0.1:9051
Apr 05 07:18:56.341 [Notice] Parsing GEOIP file.
Apr 05 07:19:00.737 [Warning] The https proxy sent back an unexpected status code 403 ("Forbidden"). Closing.
Apr 05 07:20:01.134 [Notice] No current certificate known for authority moria1; launching request.
Apr 05 07:20:01.134 [Notice] No current certificate known for authority tor26; launching request.
Apr 05 07:20:01.134 [Notice] No current certificate known for authority dizum; launching request.
Apr 05 07:20:01.134 [Notice] No current certificate known for authority ides; launching request.
Apr 05 07:20:01.134 [Notice] No current certificate known for authority gabelmoo; launching request.
Apr 05 07:20:01.134 [Notice] No current certificate known for authority dannenberg; launching request.
Apr 05 07:20:01.134 [Notice] No current certificate known for authority urras; launching request.
Apr 05 07:20:01.134 [Warning] The https proxy sent back an unexpected status code 403 ("Forbidden"). Closing.
Apr 05 07:20:01.353 [Warning] The https proxy sent back an unexpected status code 403 ("Forbidden"). Closing.
Apr 05 07:25:06.705 [Notice] No current certificate known for authority moria1; launching request.
Apr 05 07:25:06.705 [Notice] No current certificate known for authority tor26; launching request.
Apr 05 07:25:06.705 [Notice] No current certificate known for authority dizum; launching request.
Apr 05 07:25:06.705 [Notice] No current certificate known for authority ides; launching request.
Apr 05 07:25:06.705 [Notice] No current certificate known for authority gabelmoo; launching request.
Apr 05 07:25:06.705 [Notice] No current certificate known for authority dannenberg; launching request.
Apr 05 07:25:06.705 [Notice] No current certificate known for authority urras; launching request.
Apr 05 07:25:06.720 [Warning] The https proxy sent back an unexpected status code 403 ("Forbidden"). Closing.
Apr 05 07:25:07.032 [Warning] The https proxy sent back an unexpected status code 403 ("Forbidden"). Closing.
Apr 05 07:35:18.711 [Notice] No current certificate known for authority moria1; launching request.
Apr 05 07:35:18.711 [Notice] No current certificate known for authority tor26; launching request.
Apr 05 07:35:18.711 [Notice] No current certificate known for authority dizum; launching request.
Apr 05 07:35:18.711 [Notice] No current certificate known for authority ides; launching request.
Apr 05 07:35:18.711 [Notice] No current certificate known for authority gabelmoo; launching request.
Apr 05 07:35:18.711 [Notice] No current certificate known for authority dannenberg; launching request.
Apr 05 07:35:18.711 [Notice] No current certificate known for authority urras; launching request.
Apr 05 07:35:18.711 [Warning] The https proxy sent back an unexpected status code 403 ("Forbidden"). Closing.
Apr 05 07:35:18.711 [Warning] The https proxy sent back an unexpected status code 403 ("Forbidden"). Closing.
Apr 05 08:05:49.275 [Notice] No current certificate known for authority moria1; launching request.
Apr 05 08:05:49.275 [Notice] No current certificate known for authority tor26; launching request.
Apr 05 08:05:49.275 [Notice] No current certificate known for authority dizum; launching request.
Apr 05 08:05:49.275 [Notice] No current certificate known for authority ides; launching request.
Apr 05 08:05:49.275 [Notice] No current certificate known for authority gabelmoo; launching request.
Apr 05 08:05:49.275 [Notice] No current certificate known for authority dannenberg; launching request.
Apr 05 08:05:49.275 [Notice] No current certificate known for authority urras; launching request.
Apr 05 08:05:49.275 [Warning] The https proxy sent back an unexpected status code 403 ("Forbidden"). Closing.
Apr 05 08:05:49.585 [Warning] The https proxy sent back an unexpected status code 403 ("Forbidden"). Closing.
Apr 05 08:19:03.746 [Warning] The https proxy sent back an unexpected status code 403 ("Forbidden"). Closing.
Apr 05 08:19:03.746 [Warning] The https proxy sent back an unexpected status code 403 ("Forbidden"). Closing.
Apr 05 08:20:04.776 [Warning] The https proxy sent back an unexpected status code 403 ("Forbidden"). Closing.

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never put the server on Indonesian soil. here's the reason why
below is the Indonesian new intellegence law:
DRAFT

LAW OF THE REPUBLIC OF INDONESIA

NUMBER ... YEAR ...

ABOUT

COUNTRY INTELLIGENCE

BY THE GRACE OF GOD ALMIGHTY

PRESIDENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF INDONESIA

Considering: a. that for the realization of national goals that the state

protect the people of Indonesia and the entire spill

Indonesian blood, promote the general welfare,

intellectual life of the nation, and joined

implement a world order based on

independence, eternal peace, and social justice

as mandated in the Preamble

Constitution of the Republic of Indonesia Year 1945,

important early detection is able to support efforts

counteract all forms of threats, harassment, barriers,

and the challenges that endanger the existence and integrity

Unitary Republic of Indonesia;

      b. that in line with the changes, the development ment situation, and

strategic environmental condition need to do early detection

against various forms and nature of threats both from within

m aupun foreign country that is complex, and

have a very broad spectrum;

    c. that in order to conduct early detection and prevention

pendadakan from various threats, the intelligence necessary

professional country, strengthening cooperation and coordination

state intelligence, as well as to support the rule of law,

democratic values ​​and human rights;

     d. that to provide legal certainty and in accordance

with the legal needs of the community, organizing

intelligence as first-line state of national security

need to be regulated in a more comprehensive;

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     e. that based on the considerations

the letters a, b, c, and d need to form

Law on State Intelligence;

In view of: Article 20, Article 21 and Article 28J of the Constitution

Republic of Indonesia Year 1945;

 WITH THE APPROVAL

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES OF THE REPUBLIC OF INDONESIA

and

PRESIDENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF INDONESIA

 DECIDED:

To stipulate: LAW ON THE STATE INTELLIGENCE.

 CHAPTER I

GENERAL PROVISIONS

Article 1

In this Act referred to as:

1. Intelligence is knowledge, organizations, and activities associated with

formulation of national policies and strategies based on analysis of

information and facts gathered through intelligence methods work for

detection and early warning in the context of prevention, penangkalan,

and countering any threat to national security.

2. State Intelligence is the government agency that is an integral part

of the national security system which has the authority to

perform the functions and activities of Intelligence.

3. State Intelligence personnel are Indonesian citizens who had iliki

Intelligence special abilities and devote ourselves in the State Intelligence.

4. The threat is any effort, work, both from domestic activities

and outside the country which was considered to endanger the safety,

sovereignty, territorial integrity of the Unitary Republic of Indonesia, and

safety of the nation and national interests.

5. Each person is an individual person or legal entity.

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6. Secret intelligence is information, objects, personnel, and / or effort,

jobs, Intelligence activities protected confidential so as not to

accessible, it is known, and owned by parties who are not eligible.

7. Inform ation Intelligence Retention Period means the period of storage savings information

Intelligence.

8. Intelligence information is information, statements, ideas, and signs

that contains the value, meaning, and message, good data, facts and

explanation related to intelligence.

9. The opposite party is the party from within and outside the country who do

counter-intelligence activities that may harm the interests of stability

national.

10. Target is the target or condition to be achieved from the function

raising.

11. Transnational crime is a crime that the perpetrators are not restricted from

in the country but work in the form of transnational networks

with the same crimes abroad.

 Article 2

The principle of operation of Intelligence include:

a. professional;

b. confidentiality;

c. kompartementasi;

d. coordinative;

e. integrative;

f. neutral;

g. accountability; and

h. objectivity.

 Article 3

The nature of the State Intelligence is the first line of security systems

national.

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CHAPTER II

ROLE, OBJECTIVES, FUNCTIONS, AND SCOPE

Part One

Role

Article 4

State Intelligence role do the effort, work, activities for the detection

early and develop early warning systems in the framework of prevention,

penangkalan, and prevention of every nature of threats

may arise and to disrupt national stability.

Part Two

Goal

Article 5

The purpose of the State Intelligence Service is to detect, identify, assess,

analyze, interpret, and present intelligence in order to provide

early warning to anticipate the various possible forms and nature

potential and real threats to the safety and existence of the nation

and state and the opportunities that exist for national prosperity.

 Part Three

Function

Article 6

(1) State Intelligence perform the functions of investigation, security, and

raising.

(2) The investigation referred to in paragraph (1) consists of a series

effort, occupation, and activities undertaken in a planned, directed,

to seek, find, collect, and process information

into intelligence information, as well as serving as an input to

policy formulation and decision making.

(3) Security referred to in paragraph (1) consists of a series

activities undertaken in a planned and directed to prevent

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and / or against the effort, occupation, intelligence activities and / or Party

Opponents are detrimental to the interests and / or national stability.

(4) raising referred to in paragraph (1) consists of

a series of activities undertaken in a planned, directed, and

proceed in order to influence the target for beneficial interests

and / or national stability.

 Part Four

Scope

Article 7

The scope of the National Intelligence include:

a. domestic;

b. overseas;

c. ideology;

d. politics;

e. economics;

f. socio-cultural;

g. defense and / or security;

h. law;

i. natural resources; and

j. information and communication technology.

CHAPTER III

CONDUCT OF INTELLIGENCE STATE

Part One

General

Article 8

Conducted by the National Intelligence:

a. organizers of the National Intelligence; and

b. nonkementerian government ministries or agencies and / or

local government that performs functions Intelligence.

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Part Two

State Intelligence Operator

Article 9

(1) Operators of National Intelligence referred to in Article 8

point a consists of:

a. Indonesian National Military Intelligence;

b. Indonesian National Police Intelligence; and

c. Intelligence Attorney of the Republic of Indonesia.

d. Organizers sebagaim ana State Intelligence referred to in paragraph (1)

obliged to coordinate with the coordination of intelligence agencies

state through the top leaders of each organization.

 Paragraph 1

Indonesian National Military Intelligence

Article 10

(1) Indonesian National Military Intelligence referred to in Article 9

paragraph (1) letter a has the functions as the State Intelligence

referred to in Article 6 paragraph (1).

(2) The function referred to in paragraph (1) implemented in the form

effort, job, strategic intelligence activities and coaching ability

Strategic intelligence in support of the main tasks of the Defence Force

Indonesia in accordance with the provisions of the legislation.

 Paragraph 2

Indonesian National Police Intelligence

Article 11

(1) Indonesian National Police Intelligence referred

in Article 9 paragraph (1) letter b perform the functions of the State Intelligence

referred to in Article 6 paragraph (1).

(2) The function referred to in paragraph (1) implemented in the form

efforts, employment, criminal intelligence activities, and law enforcement in order to

m endukung execution of the tasks of government in order

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m ewujudkan internal security in accordance with the provisions of regulations

legislation.

 Paragraph 3

Intelligence Prosecutor of the Republic of Indonesia

Article 12

(1) Intelligence Attorney of the Republic of Indonesia as referred to in Article

9 paragraph (1) letter b performs functions as the State Intelligence

referred to in Article 6 paragraph (1).

(2) The function referred to in paragraph (1) implemented in the form

efforts, employment, law enforcement intelligence activities in order

m endukung implementation of prosecutorial authority in the field of prosecution in

spatial arrangement of the power of law enforcement agencies and justice in accordance

with the provisions of the legislation.

 Article 13

Duties, authority, organizational structure and working procedures of the organizers of Intelligence

State referred to in Article 10, Article 11 and Article 12

implemented in accordance with the provisions of the legislation.

 Part Three

Ministry or Government Agency Nonkementerian and / or

Local Government

Article 14

(1) In addition to organizing the National Intelligence referred to in Article

9 paragraph (1), the ministries or government agencies nonkementerian and / or

perform the functions of local government in the field of Intelligence

investigation in accordance with the provisions of the legislation.

(2) In order m enjalankan Intelligence functions, ministries or agencies

nonkementerian government and / or local government shall

coordinate with state agencies through the coordination of intelligence-led

The highest of each organization.

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CHAPTER IV

STATE INTELLIGENCE PERSONNEL

Part One

General

Article 15

State Intelligence personnel are Indonesian citizens who meet

requirements specified in legislation and appointed

by authorized officers to devote themselves in the Intelligence service.

Part Two

Rights and Obligations

Article 16

Each Member State is entitled Intelligence:

a. obtain protection in m elaksanakan tasks, effort, employment,

activities, and functions of intelligence;

b. obtain protection for his family at the time of the Intelligence Personnel

State duty, effort, work, activities and functions of Intelligence;

and

c. get an education, training, and assignments in Intelligence

tiered and sustainable.

 Article 17

Each Member State Intelligence shall:

a. keep all the effort, work, activities, objectives, information,

special facilities, equipment and special tools, support, and / or

personnel associated with the implementation of the functions and activities of the Intelligence

Country;

b. comply with the Code of State Intelligence;

c. take an oath or promise of National Intelligence; and

d. carry out the duties and functions in a professional manner based on the plan

working operations in accordance with the Code and the provisions of the State Intelligence

legislation.

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Part Three

Oath or Promise

Article 18

(1) Prior to his appointment as the State Intelligence Personnel, each candidate Personnel

National Intelligence shall take an oath or promise of the State Intelligence

in accordance with the religion or belief respectively.

(2) An oath or affirmation referred to in paragraph (1) reads as

follows:

  "By Allah I swear, or I promise:

That I will be loyal to the Republic of Indonesia

based on Pancasila and the Constitution of the Republic

Indonesia Year 1945.

That I will uphold human rights, democracy, and

ation suprem law.

That I will perform the duties and authority in my position

earnest, thorough, objective, honest, courageous, and professional.

That I will uphold the code of ethics in every State Intelligence

place, time, and in a state anyway.

That I never gave up on running all the duties and

liability position.

That I will hold firm all the secrets in the National Intelligence

circumstances anyway. "

Part Four

Honor Code and Council of State Intelligence

Article 19

(1) State Intelligence Personnel in performing his duties attached to the Code

Conduct National Intelligence.

(2) of the Code of State Intelligence referred to in paragraph (1) prepared

by the state intelligence agency coordination.

 Article 20

(1) oversight of the implementation of the Code by the National Intelligence

Honorary Board of National Intelligence.

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(2) State Intelligence Advisory Board referred to in paragraph (1)

authorized to investigate and prosecute violations of the Code case

State Intelligence conducted by the National Intelligence Personnel.

(3) The provisions concerning the composition and working procedures of the Intelligence Advisory Board

State referred to in paragraph (1) shall be further

intelligence coordination state regulatory agencies.

Part Five

Recruitment and Professional Development

 Paragraph 1

Recruitment

Article 21

(1) Source of energy derived from the State Intelligence, Headquarters

Armed Forces of Indonesia, Indonesian National Police Headquarters,

Attorney of the Republic of Indonesia, and other State Intelligence.

(2) In an effort to realize that the State Intelligence professionals, recruitment

power as dim aksud in paragraph (1), implemented based on

requirements and the selection is further regulated by rules

head of state intelligence agency coordination.

 Paragraph 2

Professional Development

Article 22

(1) The development of professional skills is the National Intelligence Personnel

m elalui education, training, and assignments in stages Intelligence

and sustainable.

(2) Developing professional ability as referred to in paragraph

(1) shall be further regulated by rules of intelligence coordination agency head

countries.

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Part Six

Protection of the State Intelligence Personnel

 Article 23

(1) The State shall provide protection against any Intelligence Personnel

State in carrying out its duties and functions of Intelligence.

(2) The protection referred to in paragraph (1) includes protection

personal and family protection.

CHAPTER V

CONFIDENTIALITY INFORM ASI INTELLIGENCE

Article 24

(1) Inform ation Intelligence confidential.

(2) Inform ation Intelligence referred to in paragraph (1) includes:

a. state intelligence systems;

b. accesses associated with the implementation of its activities;

c. criminal intelligence data relating to the prevention and

handling all forms of transnational crime;

d. plans relating to the prevention and

handling all forms of transnational crime;

e. documents relating to the conduct of the Intelligence Security

National and

f. Intelligence personnel of the state relating to the implementation of Security

National.

Article 25

(1) is determined by Intelligence Information Privacy Information Retention Period

Intelligence.

(2) Intelligence Information Retention Period referred to in paragraph (1)

valid for 20 (twenty) years.

(3) The period of retention of intelligence information referred to in paragraph (2) can

extended after obtaining approval from the House of Representatives

Republic of Indonesia.

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(4) The period of retention of intelligence information referred to in paragraph (2) can

otherwise expire if intentionally or unintentionally Intelligence information

known to the public.

(5) Intelligence Information Retention Period referred to in paragraph (2) can

declared finished before the retention period ends for the sake of

court and based on a court warrant.

 Article 26

Intelligence information is publicly accessible, namely:

a. Intelligence information other than information that is confidential Intelligence

referred to in Article 24 paragraph (2);

b. Intelligence information that has expired retention period as

referred to in Article 25 paragraph (2);

c. Intelligence information that has been known by the public as

referred to in Article 25 paragraph (4); and

d. Intelligence information that is used for the benefit of the court and

based on a court warrant.

 CHAPTER VI

STATE INTELLIGENCE AGENCY COORDINATION

Part One

Position

Article 27

Intelligence coordination institution under state and responsible

to the President.

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Part Two

 Function

 Article 28

(1) coordination of state intelligence agencies perform the functions of the Intelligence

referred to in Article 6 paragraph (1) both within the country

m aupun abroad.

(2) In addition to the functions referred to in paragraph Intelligence

(1), state intelligence coordinating agency performs the function of coordination Intelligence

State.

 Part Three

Task

Article 29

(1) In order to perform the functions referred ana sebagaim Intelligence

in Article 28 paragraph (1), the state agency in charge of intelligence coordination:

a. conduct the assessment and preparation of national policy in the field

Intelligence;

b. Intelligence product delivered as consideration for

determine government policy;

c. planning and intelligence operations; and

d. facilitate and foster intelligence activities in government agencies.

(2) In order to perform the functions referred ana sebagaim Intelligence

in Article 28 paragraph (2), the state agency in charge of intelligence coordination:

a. provide material for consideration based on input from the Intelligence

State to the President in determining policy and strategy

national;

b. coordinate the counter-intelligence activities both domestically and

overseas;

c. coordinate fundraising in both the domestic and overseas

conducted by the National Intelligence;

d. preparing the Code of State Intelligence and form of the Honorary Board

National Intelligence; and

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e. organize training and general administrative services in

the field of general planning, administration, organization and governance,

personnel, finance, filing, legal, coding, equipment,

and households.

Part Four

Authority

Article 30

(1) To carry out the tasks as dim mentioned in Article 29 paragraph (1)

coordination of state intelligence agencies the authority to:

a. plan and national policies in the field of Intelligence in

comprehensive;

b. Intelligence provides for ministries, government agencies

nonkementerian, or the appropriate agency interests and priorities; and

c. Intelligence cooperation with other countries.

(2) To carry out tasks referred to in Article 29 paragraph (2)

coordination of state intelligence agencies the authority to:

a. coordinate policies on Intelligence;

b. coordinate intelligence functions in their respective Intelligence

Country; and

c. organize and manage the National Intelligence system.

 Part Five

Special Powers

Article 31

(1) In addition to ana sebagaim authority referred to in Article 30 paragraph (1), institutions

intelligence coordination state has a special authority to intercept

communication and checking the flow of funds allegedly to finance

terrorism, separatism, and threats, interference, obstacles, challenges

which threatens the sovereignty of the Unitary Republic of Indonesia.

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(2) interception of communication as referred to in paragraph (1) required

in carrying out intelligence functions.

(3) In examining the flow of funds referred to in paragraph (1),

state intelligence agency to coordinate assistance to Bank m eminta

Indonesia, Center for Financial Transaction Reports and Analysis Center (INTRAC),

non-bank financial institutions, and remittance services institution.

(4) Bank Indonesia, Center for Financial Transaction Reports and Analysis

(INTRAC), non-bank financial institutions, and institutions ngiriman services pe

money referred to in paragraph (3) shall provide information

to the state intelligence agency coordination in accordance with the provisions of

legislation.

 Part Six

Organization

Article 32

(1) Institute of intelligence coordination led by a head of state and

assisted by a deputy chief.

(2) Membership includes state intelligence agency coordination supreme leader

State Intelligence.

 Article 33

The appointment and dismissal of the head and deputy head of the coordinating institution

state intelligence determined by Presidential Decree.

 Article 34

Further provisions concerning the criteria and the appointment of the head and deputy

head, the formation, organizational structure and working procedures of coordination bodies

state intelligence regulated by Presidential Decree.

 CHAPTER VII

FUNDING, ACCOUNTABILITY, AND OVERSIGHT

Part One

Financing

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Article 35

The cost required for the implementation and execution of the State Intelligence

the task of coordinating state intelligence agencies are charged on a Budget

Revenue and Expenditure.

 Part Two

Accountability

Article 36

Reports and responsibilities of the activities presented in writing by the Intelligence

State to the President through the Head of the state intelligence agency coordination.

          Part Three

Supervision

Article 37

(1) Oversight of policies, activities, and use of intelligence budget

State conducted by the House of Representatives of the Republic of Indonesia.

(2) In order to control for the deepening and completion

m ROBLEM with the policies, activities, and use of intelligence budget

State, the Commission on the Council of Representatives of the Republic of Indonesia

m embidangi problem of National Intelligence to establish the Working Committee

according to need.

(3) Working Committee as referred to in paragraph (2) must maintain

Intelligence Information confidentiality as referred to in Article 24

This Act.

CHAPTER VIII

CRIMINAL PROVISIONS

Article 38

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Any person who intentionally leaked intelligence information

confidential information referred to in Article 24 shall be sentenced to

minimum imprisonment of 7 (seven) years and a maximum of 15 (fifteen) years and

fine of at least 50,000,000, 00 (fifty million rupiah) and maximum

Rp500.000.000, 00 (five hundred million rupiah).

 Article 39

Any person who negligently caused the leaking of information

Intelligence that is confidential as defined in Article 24 shall be sentenced

with imprisonment not less than 5 (five) years and a maximum of 10

(Ten) years and a fine of at least 20,000,000, 00 (twenty million

rupiah) and maximum Rp100.000.000, 00 (one hundred million rupiah).

 Article 40

(1) Each State Intelligence Personnel who m embocorkan entire effort,

work, activities, objectives, information, special facilities, tools and equipment

special equipment, support, and / or personnel with b erkaitan

organization of functions and efforts, employment, activities of State Intelligence

referred to in Article 17 letter a shall be sentenced to

imprisonment of at least 9 (nine) years and a maximum of 20 (twenty)

years and a fine of not less Rp1.000.000.000, 00 (one billion rupiah) and

10,000,000,000 at most, 00 (ten billion rupiahs).

(2) In the case of criminal acts as referred to in paragraph (1) conducted

in a state of war, is liable to a plus 1 / 3 (one third) of

foreign m respectively the maximum sentence.

 Article 41

Each State Intelligence Personnel who perform outside the interception of communication

functions of investigation, security, and raising as intended

in Article 31 shall be punished with imprisonment not less than 7 (seven) years

and maximum of 10 (ten) years and a fine of not less Rp500.000.000, 00

(Five hundred million rupiah) and a maximum of 10,000,000,000, 00 (ten billion

rupiah).

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 CHAPTER IX

TRANSITIONAL PROVISIONS

 Article 42

(1) Upon enactment of this law, no later than 12 (twelve)

month, the state intelligence agency coordination has been formed.

(2) Before the state intelligence agency coordination was established, the National Intelligence

State still can m elaksanakan duties.

Article 43

At the time the Act comes into force, the provisions concerning:

a. State Intelligence ethics;

b. Honorary Board of the National Intelligence;

c. recruitment of National Intelligence; and

d. State Intelligence capability development

have been established at the latest within 12 (twelve) months from

enactment of this Act.

Article 44

Regulation of the Government as the implementation of this Act shall have

determined no later than 12 (twelve) months from the enactment of

This Act.

 CHAPTER X

FINAL PROVISIONS

 Article 45

At the time the Act comes into force, all laws and regulations

laws relating to the State Intelligence otherwise remain

valid as long as not contrary to the provisions in the Act

this.

 Article 46

This Law shall come into force on the date of promulgation.

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For every person to know, ordered enactment Act

Law by placing it in State Gazette

Indonesia.

 Ratified in Jakarta

on December .............

PRESIDENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF INDONESIA

 Signed.

Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono

Promulgated in Jakarta

on date ... ... ... ....

MINISTER OF JUSTICE AND HUMAN RIGHTS

REPUBLIC OF INDONESIA

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