The problem of providing a uniform standard of rights, freedoms and legitimate interests in the implementation of regulatory and supervisory powers authorities (executive and judicial) of state power from the standpoint of international law is considered in this article.
The key point of this article is comparative analysis of the Russian and USA national laws, the provision dealing with recovery statutory damages. The two basic aims of this form of liability are:
1) to give the courts specific unambiguous directions concerning monetary awards, thus avoiding the confusion and uncertainty and, at the same time,
2) to provide the courts with reasonable latitude to adjust recovery to the circumstances of the case, thus avoiding some of the artificial or overly technical difficulties.
The article also includes the review “fair use” as a special principle of liability.
In article the concept of information crimes reveals, the place and information role as a part of a crime is defined, information characteristic as object and a crime subject is given. In article various approaches to classification of information crimes are analyzed, classification of information crimes, including in connection with categories information, and also on participation of the Russian Federation in the international integration processes in this sphere is offered.