The Indonesian government could act as early as February on a long-feared threat to force electronic information providers including Internet search engine giants such as Google and Yahoo to begin building data centers in the country, critics say. A statement by Nonot Harsono, a member of the Indonesian Telecommunications Regulatory Authority, that he doubted that the new regulation would force the Internet giants to build data centers hasn’t alleviated concerns.

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