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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Yulia Koltysheva
State Regulation in the Field of Information Security (the Case of Yarovaya Law)
Public Administration
(Bachelor’s programme)
2019
This paper is devoted to the study of the anti-terrorism Yarovaya law as an object of the state regulation in the field of the information security. The author pays special attention to the storage of the Internet traffic and the means of encrypting information. Based on the analysis of documentary information, the formal legal method, as well as the results of the in-depth interview and the case-study method, the author identifies the shortcomings and formulates the conditions that make it possible for the society to adopt the law. One of these conditions is the introduction of the concept of "Overton Window". The author also amends the current legislation of the Russian Federation.

Keywords: Yarovaya law, information security, anti-terrorism activities, countering terrorism, encryption keys.

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