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Civil Law Aspects of Regulation of Data Circulation in the Context of the Formation of the Digital Economy

Student: Anastasiya Pekonina

Supervisor: Evgeniia Shliagina

Faculty: Faculty of Law

Educational Programme: Jurisprudence (Bachelor)

Year of Graduation: 2021

This thesis is devoted to a systematic analysis of civil law institutions related to the category of data and their turnover in the digital space. The thesis deals with such problems as the enforcement of new concepts introduced in the Civil Code of the Russian Federation in the context of digitalization - digital rights, digital currency, electronic form of transaction, smart contract; it also touches on the protection of personal data of citizens in the digital world. As a result, several approaches to improving legislation in this area were identified and several important changes were proposed. This work consists of two chapters, three paragraphs each.

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