Значение гражданско-правовых механизмов защиты компьютерной информации в условиях информационного общества
The peculiarities of the legal regulation of civil and building a system of civil protection of the computer information in the Russian Federation at the present time. The concept of computer information is subject to a comprehensive analysis by application of the law on electronic documents and computer programs (databases).
This paper presents a method and computational technology for forecasting ambulance trips. We used statistical information about the number of the trips (per day or per night) in 2009-2013, the meteorological archive, and the corresponding archive of the meteorological measurements and meteorological forecasts for the same period. We take into account both social and meteorological predictors simultaneously. The impact of the meteorological factors (both climatic and short range lead times) into the statistics may be significant for some diseases. We present also the errors of these forecasts and demonstrate that the quality of our weather forecasts for the lead times 1- 3 days is good for the forecasting the number of ambulance trips.
The method may be used operatively for planning and control in the ambulance service. It may be applied for all trips and for specific subgroups of diseases. The method and the technology may be applied for any megalopolis if the corresponding medical and meteorological information is available.
The book includes materials of the 1st International Scientific-practical Conference "Actual problems of Modern Law" on the basis of Law faculty of POSU in June 2016.
It is difficult to find a more appropriate introduction than the words of this song in the attempt to assess what IT Law could look like in the UK at the time (whenever that may be1 ) when its exit from the EU might be concluded. Speculation is normally more in the realm of futurists than in that of a lawyer whose profession traditionally values qualities such as stability and predictability. These are not normal times and it may be helpful to consider some of the issues and topics that will require to be addressed in the near future. It is not the purpose of the article to repeat the arguments for and against UK membership of the EU. It seeks, rather, to highlight some of the issues that will inevitably arise following what has been described as the largest demerger in history – with what has been described as the world’s 5th largest economy2 seeking to disengage itself from the world’s largest trading block. It is difficult to imagine that there has ever been such a legislative challenge. The information sector is an increasingly important part of the national economy and consideration of some of the issues affecting it makes for an interesting case study.
This article will focus on four legal topics; data protection, e-commerce, intellectual property and telecommunications. This is by no means an exhaustive list of the issues, even in the IT sector, that need to be addressed, but may serve to highlight some of the key points that will be required for consideration by legislators and to indicate also the scale of the task facing them. In some cases, the quest to seek answers will lie within the control of the UK legislature and government but other issues may be more difficult to resolve independently
The use of data in society has seen an exponential growth in recent years. Data science, the field of research concerned with understanding and analyzing data, aims to find ways to operationalize data so that it can be beneficially used in society, for example in health applications, urban governance or smart household devices. The legal questions that accompany the rise of new, data-driven technologies however are underexplored. This book is the first volume that seeks to map the legal implications of the emergence of data science. It discusses the possibilities and limitations imposed by the current legal framework, considers whether regulation is needed to respond to problems raised by data science, and which ethical problems occur in relation to the use of data. It also considers the emergence of Data Science and Law as a new legal discipline.
Author of the material – E.P.Gavrilov, doctor of legal sciences, professor of civil law department of National research university Higher School of Economics (Moscow, email@example.com) describes evolution, development and nowadays situation concerning various regional agreements on patents for invention.
Do you download music or shop online? Who regulates large companies such as Google and Facebook? How safe is your personal data on the internet? Information technology affects all aspects of modern life. From the information shared on websites such as Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram to online shopping and mobile devices, it is rare that a person is not touched by some form of IT every day.
Information Technology Law examines the legal dimensions of these everyday interactions with technology and the impact on privacy and data protection, as well as their relationship to other areas of substantive law, including intellectual property and criminal proceedings. Since the pioneering publication of the first edition over twenty years ago, this forward-thinking text has established itself as the most readable and comprehensive textbook on the subject, covering the key topics in this dynamic and fast-moving field in a clear and engaging style. Focussing primarily on developments within the UK and EU, this book provides a broad-ranging introduction and analysis of the increasingly complex relationship between the law and IT.
This papers provides insight into CRAMM, FRAP, RiskWatch, Microsoft Security Assessment Tool (MSAT), GRIF (ГРИФ), and CORAS tools used in cybersecurity risk assessment. Advisory for users is based on comparative critical analysis of these tools.
The Handbook of CO₂ in Power Systems' objective is to include the state-of-the-art developments that occurred in power systems taking CO₂ emission into account. The book includes power systems operation modeling with CO₂ emissions considerations, CO₂ market mechanism modeling, CO₂ regulation policy modeling, carbon price forecasting, and carbon capture modeling. For each of the subjects, at least one article authored by a world specialist on the specific domain is included.