I suppose Indonesia should do what it feels appropriate for their country. However, I'm just curious as to how far they may go. Often when security task forces get started up, they keep on going. The article in the Jakarta Post said there is a process to lift a block, however I can only imagine that's not going to be easy. My mind jumped to conclusions, and thought about the recent severance of ties with JPMorgan Chase bank. Would they go as far as to start blocking organizations like banks and companies someone in authority deems politically unsound? This is more or less what happens in China. I've not been to China, but I'm told they block a lot of things, with the most noticeable around social media. A good friend of mine said it was downright painful in some cases using the internet to search for some things over there.
Where things would get really interesting if they start blocking proxy servers and virtual PCs/servers in other countries that have full access to all these sites. If they haven't already done so, all those wanting to access to these blocked sites would be able to access them via proxy. However, this would be bad news for all those with legitimate reasons to access foreign servers in this way.
In any case, I'm not sure if this action has really affected the normal daily usage for people living in Indonesia. Or has it?