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Title Regulation of Criminal Responsibility for Cyber Crimes in Countries with Different Legal Systems      
Author Dmitry Lipinsky, Konstantin Evdokimov, Aleksandra Musatkina, Perspectives on the Use of New Information and Communication Technology (ICT) in the Modern Economy
Date 2018-08-06 Hit 35

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Title: Regulation of Criminal Responsibility for Cyber Crimes in Countries with Different Legal Systems

 

Authors: Dmitry Lipinsky, Konstantin Evdokimov, Aleksandra Musatkina, Perspectives on the Use of New Information and Communication Technology (ICT) in the Modern Economy

 

Date: June 2018

 

Abstract: This article explores the criminal legislation of Russia and other countries that provides for responsibility for the commitment of computer-related crimes. Comparative legal analysis is carried out both at the level of national criminal legal systems (Russia, USA, China, France, Germany, etc.) and at the level of legal families: the Anglo-American (the UK, the USA), Romano-Germanic (France, Italy, Russia, Germany, etc.) the Scandinavian (Denmark, Sweden, Finland), socialist (China). Comparative legal research was performed according to the following criteria: the source of law that stipulates criminal responsibility for committing cyber crimes and the objective and subjective characteristics of corpus delicti. The article achieves several goals of scientific research. The cognitive goal is the study of the criminal legislation of the Russian Federation and foreign countries that regulates liability for the commission of cyber crimes. The informational goal is to present legally relevant information on the criminal legislation of Russia and that of foreign countries regarding responsibility for cyber crimes. The analytical goal is to conduct a comprehensive analysis of criminal law legislation of Russia and foreign countries, fixing liability for the commission of cyber crimes, to identify its peculiarities and development trends. The integrative goal is to determine the possibility of harmonization and approximation of criminal legislation of Russia and other countries that regulates liability for the commission of cyber crimes. A critical goal is to identify the gaps that exist in the legal regulation of guilty persons’ responsibility for the commitment of computer-related crimes in the Russian criminal legislation and that of other countries.

 

DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-90835-9_49



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