About the Laboratory
The Laboratory of Information Law was created in 2010. In 2016, the laboratory was renamed and became the International Laboratory for Information Technology and Intellectual Property Law.
Head of Laboratory — professor Irina Bogdanovskaya, Doctor of Law.
The laboratory conducts research on law development in information society and access to information and knowledge.
Main research areas:
- Problems of law development in the information society;
- Information, telecommunication law;
- Computer law;
- Legal regulation of e-government;
- Protection of personal data;
- Legal aspects of information security;
- Legal basis for the archives functioning, protection of privacy, cybercrime, spam, hacking; operators status;
- Legal regulation of access to information, to scientific knowledge;
- Legal aspects of functioning of digital libraries, electronic museums.
Main aims of the Laboratory:
- To carry out fundamental research in the field of law development in the information society;
- To facilitate the formation of the Russian National Law School of Information Law;
- To analyze Russian and foreign regulations, jurisprudence, legal doctrine and present the results online.
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