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This article investigates data manipulation in the 2019 Indonesian Presidential election employing social networks. Alteration of information has become a subconscious issue. It has been carried in a range of methods to win the general election and change the state ideology. Although a few assert Indonesia is the most democratic state globally, it does not show genuine democracy. There is still a significant level of deception, false representation in the election process, and religious politicization are efficient ways to lower the opposing side. They used political funds until election participants voted. This article investigates how voting information deception could certainly affect Indonesia's democratic values. It also contends that, while citizen engagement is increasing, the significance of democracy is declining associated with information deception and electoral malfeasance.
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