Anonymous Collective has hacked emails from PT Rea Kaltim Plantations and Group

According to DDoSecrets, this is what we came to know an Anonymous collective has hacked emails from PT Rea Kaltim Plantations and Group. 314,055 emails were leaked from their database. It is an Indonesian palm oil corporation that has been the subject of numerous protests, confrontations, and allegations of human rights violations.

Talking about the protests and conflicts, as per the reports, such types of conflicts were: Biomass, Land, and Plantation conflicts. East Kalimantan has set aside 1.2 million hectares of land for palm oil plantations. Since 2005, the increase has been accelerated, with the total area of plantations increasing by 30% between 2005 and 2012. As per the studies, 4.7 million hectares are expected to be converted into palm oil plantations by 2015. Large-scale oil palm farms are controlled by 330 enterprises in the area.

Anonymous Collective has hacked emails from PT Rea Kaltim Plantations and Group

Palm oil farms occupied 123,673 acres in Kutai in 2010. As a result of poorly regulated expansion, many adverse environmental and social effects have occurred, including a 300,000 hectare/year deforestation rate, water and air pollution, and land conflicts. The company PT REA Kaltim Plantations is made up of two mills and six states. There are nine settlements in the plantation region, and 20% of the concession is designated as a conservation area. Local communities can access Conservation Areas and conduct restricted hunting and planting.

Coming to the allegations of human rights violations, as per the sources, it claims that the Rea Group cultivates oil palms in the Indonesian state of East Kalimantan, as well as produces and sells crude palm oil and crude palm kernel oil. They have become the target of this charge, indicating that they continue to disregard human rights and environmental standards despite those set by the industry body Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil.

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