Indonesia's parliament is reported to be debating an amendment to the criminal code that could make same-sex relationships and sex outside marriage illegal.The community has also been targeted in a number of raids on "gay sex" parties in the country's two largest cities Jakarta and Surabaya.According to him, users can take photos of documents, such as income tax or pay statements, to verify their credentials.Eng, a Nanyang Technological University graduate, justified those filters based on a market survey he said he conducted.
Like You." The post, which has been taken down, drew widespread scorn, prompting Eng to issue a public apology on Facebook.
"The ad was Herbert's obsession with outrage marketing, he wanted people to face the controversies of society because he was rejected from society," Teo said, explaining that her co-founder had been "rejected by girls online and he's been catfished." Catfishing is the practice of tricking someone on the internet by adopting a false identity.
It is often associated with online romantic relationships.
Eng told CNBC the software would be "released into the wild" for the entire Apple and Google mobile ecosystems as early as next week.
The app will be available to users in public beta, he said in an email.