In response to a government move to restrict access to pornographic material on the Internet, hackers have defaced the website of Indonesia's information ministry.
"Prove that the law has not been made to cover government stupidity," read a message hackers posted on the information ministry's website on Thursday.
The message was accompanied by a mocked-up photograph of a local information technology expert, who has been advising the government on the new law, depicted with a bare chest.
Indonesia's parliament on Tuesday passed a new information bill that criminalizes the transmission of pornographic material on the web.
The Southeast Asian country has had a vigorous debate over pornography in recent years, exposing deep divisions in the Muslim-majority nation.