Ruang Pemolisian pada Media Sosial: Sebuah Tantangan dan Kebutuhan

Saeful Mujab

Abstract


Penelitian ini bertujuan untuk mengetahui hal-hal yang dibutuhkan kepolisian dalam menghadapi tantangan pemolisian di ruang media sosial. Hal ini terinspirasi oleh maraknya berita penuh kebohongan yang dibuat dengan tujuan jahat atau hoaks, besarnya penyebaran berita dan konten pornografi dan prostitusi online, serta tontonan tindak kekerasan dan ujaran kebencian yang telah menjadi makanan sehari-hari, merusak tali persaudaraan dan cinta kasih sesama. Perkembangan media sosial yang luar biasa, telah memberikan manfaat di satu sisi, tetapi juga memberikan mudarat di sisi lain. Sehingga perkembangan media sosial menjadi tantangan baru bagi mereka yang bertanggung jawab menjaga keamanan dan ketertiban publik. Penelitian ini mengupas dan mengulas karya-karya ilmiyah terbaik dunia yang berhubungan dengan pemolisian dan media sosial. Selanjutnya mengawinkan tulisan-tulisan para ahli yang brilian tersebut, sehingga menjawab pertanyaan dari penelitian ini tentang apa yang dibutuhkan kepolisian dalam menghadapi tantangan pemolisian di ruang media sosial.

 


Keywords


Pemolisian, Media Sosial, dan Hoaks

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