Conceptual problems of defining main types of offenses in the sphere of informatization
AbstractThe article is devoted to the conceptual problems of determining the main types of offenses in thefield of informatization in terms of the norms of international law and the national legislation of the Republicof Kazakhstan. The authors attempted to disclose the legal nature of each of the known criminallaws of unlawful acts committed through IT technologies in the field of information. The results andconclusions have a high practical importance, since they can be taken as a basis for qualifying acts asoffenses in the field of informatization.This study was conducted through active application of both general scientific and private scientificmethods of cognition. The method of comparative analysis was actively used, by means of which theauthors compared existing approaches to the topic under study that take place in the science of internationallaw and criminal law of the Republic of Kazakhstan. Of particular importance in this study is theuse of the statistical method, which made it possible to establish with scientific certainty which kinds ofoffenses are taking place in global communication networks, to pay due attention to solving organizationalproblems of detecting and identifying offenders in the field of global communication networks onan international scale through operational search events.Accordingly, this study is aimed at filling the existing gaps in the field of understanding the legalnature of the main types of offenses in the field of information.Key words: offenses, types, informatization, IT-technologies, cybercrime.
How to Cite
TATARINOVA, L.; DZHANADILOV, O.; TATARINOV, D.. Conceptual problems of defining main types of offenses in the sphere of informatization. International relations and international law journal, [S.l.], v. 81, n. 1, p. 101-108, apr. 2018. ISSN 1563-0285. Available at: <http://bulletin-ir-law.kaznu.kz/index.php/1-mo/article/view/769>. Date accessed: 24 may 2018.
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