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Ilia Boltianov
Crimes in the information Sphere
(Bachelor’s programme)
This bachelor thesis is aimed at clarification of specifics of crimes in the information sphere and evaluation of domestic and foreign legislative actions regarding regulation of information crimes.

The relevance of the topic is based on fact that informatization and globalization of society led to increase of information market value. Thereby, information and data became a product itself. At the same time, protection of private information considered as one of the most important goals in a modern world.

The object of this research is sphere of legal relations connected to producing, storage, distribution and consuming of information and currently being exposed to different crimes.

The subject of this research is the specific patterns formed by legal regulation in the information sphere and corresponding regulation tendencies in Russia and in the rest of the world.

Logical, sociological and dialectic approaches were used throughout this research. Even and content analysis method we used during this thesis.

Based on this research some of the problems were detected. The problem is a complicated subject organization structure of the Internet. There are web-site users, telecom operators, web-site operators and owners of web-sites. Sophisticated structure leads to blurring of responsibility regarding specific crimes and prevents a fair evaluation of one criminal’s fault and complicity.

Based on this research the following conclusions were made:

Firstly, the strict legal classification and diversification of criminal actions is required for the purpose of fair evaluation of person’s personal liability. Secondly, the only suitable option to enhance legal relations in the information sphere is to embrace both legal and technical side of the system, as for example, HTTPS system.

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