The Indonesia Media Law Review (ISSN Online 2829-7423 ISSN Print 2829-7628) distinguishes itself as an open-access, double-blind, peer-reviewed journal, offering a unique global perspective on media, press law, and ethics in journalism. Our journal serves as a pivotal platform for scholarly discourse, publishing original, full-length articles that explore pressing issues in press law, journalism, communication, and the intersection of technology in media journalism, especially in legal aspects. With a particular emphasis on the discourse surrounding freedom of the press and journalism, our scope extends beyond the borders of Indonesia to encompass regional and international contexts, providing valuable insights into the evolving landscape of media regulation and journalistic practices worldwide. Published by the Faculty of Law at Universitas Negeri Semarang, Indonesia, our journal is committed to fostering a deeper understanding of media law and journalistic ethics on a global scale.