Conflicts of law are in any legal system. There are no any contemporary legislation system without collision between rules of law, which regulate the same legal relation. In this article conflict of laws is explored as a legal regulation method.
There is no single answer, where conflict of laws is placed in system of Russian law. That’s why it is researched by us as a special method of legal regulation.
There are main ways of elimination and overcoming of conflict of laws is researched in the article. And there is an attempt to group them as a uniform method of legal regulation in the one.
In this article we propose a method of obtaining revenue for the remuneration of rights holders in situation of free distribution and use of creative products. According to the author, the main value of creative products is theirs ability to attract of public’s attention. It is proved that the public's attention to the creative products is a highly demanded welfare in the post-industrial economy. Author has designed a special value equivalent of creative products and its measurement unit - Atten.
The article considers the «making available to the public» as a way of use of work by the Russian civil legislation
This paper is dedicated to the establishment of inclusive legal method in the system of intellectual property rights in terms of information economy.
Information is a viable power, since the one who owns information, owns the world. Internet sets new challenges for the legislator to control the dissemination of information. Website blocking injunctions become primary means preventing the dissemination of undesired content. Legislator provides the internet intermediaries’ liability exemptions for illegal content dissemination. As the result, law scientists widely discuss the doctrine of safe harbor for internet providers, whilst an issue of website owners’ liability attracted less attention. This paper analyses website blocking injunctions from the perspective of website owners’ rights limitation. The author concludes that limitations of website owners’ rights due to website blocking injunctions constitute a new kind of liability.
The article considers the control as a category of information law. Special attention is paid to the analysis of the use of the category specified in the applicable Russian information legislation.
Basic law for creation of all system of regulation of civil control is the federal law "About bases of civil control in the Russian Federation" adopted in the summer of this year. In case these or those features of the public relations aren't provided by the basic law, the given principles serve as the directions for formation of the subsequent regulatory legal base. Besides, they are a reference point at application of the right by analogy.
The article analyzes in detail the importance and role of the public interest in the context of formation of the Russian legislation on public control. Special attention is paid to information and legal aspects of this legal phenomenon.
The article analysis the issue whether the liability doctrine is applicable to the website blocking. Rights protection in Russia is based on two doctrines — liability doctrine and protection doctrine. Liability doctrine provides higher level of rights protection, rather than protection doctrine: e.g., principle lex retro non agit applies in case of law implementing stricter liability, principle nemo debet bis puniri pro uno delicto, principle praesumptio innocentiae are applied under liability doctrine. Analysis of Russian legislation and doctrine has showed that liability doctrine is applicable to the website blocking. Author concludes that new kind of liability — information liability of website owners — has emerged.