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Март 27, 2012

Internet-conference “Informational technologies in combating terrorism”

International public organization “Open society security academy” in cooperation with organizing committee of the high-tech project “Imperatives of civilization evolution” convene an Internet-conference:

“Information technologies in combating terrorism”.

The conference’s main priority is to present practical propositions on higher effectiveness of the UN Counterterrorism strategy, of both national and international counterterrorism machinery as well as of its public support to the authorities of leading countries and the UN General Assembly.

Further goals of the conference include: to cultivate in young generation negation of any kind of violence including informational and to cultivate respect of national culture and of human rights; developing informational ethics for participants of information relations; sharing experiences on training high level specialists for management of information resources; formulating practical suggestions for heads of states on informational counteracting of terrorism.

The agenda of the conference is going to include the following topics:

  • future informational strategies: current stand and prospective;
  • problems of building up the counterterrorism system: information technology and state support;
  • undermining propaganda via Internet: main point and tendencies;
  • meaning of manipulation of consciousness;
  • international aspects of information provocations;
  • information technologies in public support of counterterrorism;
  • modern context of information wars;
  • role of oppositional and dissenter movements in evolving of informational component of counterterrorism;
  • information function of a state in fighting terrorism;
  • tendencies of information law development in context of combating terrorism;
  • securing the information rights and freedom of people while fighting terrorism;
  • information security right as aspect of national security law;
  • information operations in context of fighting terrorism;
  • strategic information management.

Conference languages: Russian, English, Spanish, Arabic, Mandarin Chinese.

An issue of a series almanac book “Imperatives of civilization evolution” is planned on the conference materials.

The materials are to be send to: academiс@ukr.net or aoss.ua@gmail.com.

Requirements for the report theses:

  1. The theses altogether may not exceed 3 pages (Microsoft Word, paper format A4, TNR 14, interlinear gap 1).
  2. The title in capital letters in the center; below in the right corner through a gap name, first name and paternal of authors (an author), occupied position, scientific degree, academic rank; further through a gap – the theses. At the end of the theses the contact data is put: telephone, full postal address for shipping of the almanac book (not published online).
  3. The margins must measure 20 mm.
  4. The reports must be sent until the 15th of May in order to be published after a prior agreement on conditions.

The reports must be only presented in electronic version, format “rtf” or “doc”, named in Latin letters according to the author’s name.

The organizing committee is exclusively entitled to choose the articles for publishing. The technicalities on publishing should be coordinated with responsible editor: academiс@ukr.net .

Regards, conference organizing committee.

ANNOUNCEMENT

INTERNET CONFERENCES FOR 2012

Dear Scientists,

Organisational Committee of hi-tech project “Imperatives of Civilised Development” is very pleased to announce the following scientific and interactive Internet conferences to take place in 2012:

Conference Date

deadline

06 June

(international conference – English language)

“Global Security Governance and Political Transformations”

11 May
15 May

(international joint conference with Open Society Security Academy)

“Anti-Terrorism Information Technologies”

15 May
29 October

“National and International Security in Current Transformation Processes

01 October

Please respect the deadlines for submitting your materials to take part in Internet conferences of your choice.

Target audience includes NSI and Fullbright alumni, students majoring in International Relations and Political Studies, Security Studies, PhDs, postdoc students, foreign scientists, leaders of scientific and pedagogical communities of higher education institutions and scientific organisations, representatives of public sector entities and NGOs.

Given the importance of the event and relevance of topics to be discussed the conference will boost an insight into the current global challenges. The discussions at the conference will result in recommendations to be addressed to the UN General Assembly, CE Security Council, G7 leaders, other major international and transnational organisations, as well as educational and scientific institutions engaged in the research of the proposed topics.

The topics will be discussed in sections:

1. Security Dilemma: International Relations and National Security

–        Short historical background of the country you present, its role and place in the world

–        Short overview of the main researchers in your country whose scientific interests are strongly related with global governance, international security, security studies, smart (soft) power, sustainable future, reset policy

–        National security policy: interests, threats (challenges, dangers etc), security system, government authorities and NGOs, including think tanks, measures

–        Your vision of prospects for global security community or future trends relating to the subject of your research

2. GENERAL THEORY OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS

–        The essence of international relations theory

–        Classical theories in International Relations
Main principles of international relations in the time of impact globalization

–        The problem of self-identification in contemporary international relations

–        3. GENERAL THEORY OF GLOBAL LEADERSHIP AND GLOBAL GOVERNANCE
Theory of global governance and global leadership
Application of global governance theory in the global historical process
with a focus on the country you represent (e.g. Italy in the global historical process)

–        Smart (soft) power in global governance

–        The U.S. global leadership as a basis for global security

4. THE changing THEORY OF GEOPOLITICS
The origins of geopolitics
The evolution of the world’s geopolitical concepts

–        The concept of geopolitics, methodology and analysis of geopolitical situation
Brief description of formation of geopolitical environment in (the USA and participants’ countries…)
Some geopolitical development forecasts for 21 century
5. THE MAIN BASIS OF SECURITOLOGY – GENERAL SECURITY THEORY

–        The definition and essence of Securitology (General Security Theory (GST, security Studies)

–        Subject and object of GST

–        GST main goals, tasks, functions

–        GST epistemology:  methodology, axiology, ontology

–        Synergetic and other recent paradigms of contemporary security

6. THE EVOLUTION OF INTERNATIONAL SECURITY STUDIES

–        Defining International Security Studies (ISS)

–        Key question in ISS

–        ISS and the Cold War

–        ISS post Cold War

–        Widening and deepening of security

–        Recent ISS (review of US & participants’ ISS)
8. THE WORLD SECURITY: THEORETICAL BASIS OF DEFINING INTERNATIONAL SECURITY DIMENSIONS

–        Paradigm of international security: essence

–        Nation concept in epistemic society

–        National idea as the foundation of national development

–        Modern essence of (the US and participants’ countries) national ideas

–        The definition and essence of national interests (US and participants’ countries)

–        Defining international security: through national to international security (US and participants’ countries)

–        Threat theory and its implementation in international security (the list of threats and challenges faced by the USA and participants’ countries)

–        The system of national and international security: face ratio (the USA and participants’ countries give their definitions of «national security system», describe the main structure and show the advantages linked with international security system)

–        Ensuring national security: from paradigm to action (the USA and participants’ countries describe their bodies involved in ensuring national security)

–        From international to world security

8. THE MAIN REVIEW OF NATIONAL SECURITY STRATEGIES, DOCTRINES, LAW AND OTHER KEY DOCUMENTS

–        Participants give a brief summary of their legal framework used to ensure national security

–        General national security documents

–        Fundamentals of National Security Strategy

–        Presidential Directives

–        Key legislation

–        Executive orders

Working languages are English, Spanish, German, French, and Chinese.

Conference deliverables will be made available on the web site http://www.natsecurity.com.ua, and officially issued in the conference books by publishing houses that area duly incorporated in Ukraine and validly exist having the printing license. Conference books will bear an international ISBN and local classification numbers UDK and BBK so that they could be stored in any library worldwide. Hence, these conference books are far from mere collection of informal articles that can not be used anywhere or referred to in scientific publications. By publishing these materials we would also like to express our gratitude and acknowledgement to the U.S. State Department and professors of American universities where we had an honour to study.

All the costs of design, editing, publication, marketing, distribution and mailing are borne by project manager — Volodymyr Lipkan.

You can publish your statements in the conference book for FREE.

If you want to publish your materials, please email them to: wlacademic@gmail.com respecting the conference deadlines.

You should also indicate:

- full name of authors the books are to be addressed;

- home address, zip code;

- contact phone;

- place of work or study, current position, academic title and degree;

- e-mail that will be available on the web site for Q&A related to the materials supplied by you.

You can find the materials of previous conferences here: http://www.natsecurity.com.ua

Requirement to the statements of your speech: materials are supplied in .doc or .rtf files (Microsoft Word), text: 10-20 pages, fields: 20 mm all sides, font: Times New Roman, size: 14, spacing: 1.5.

Our contacts: Email: wlacademic@gmail.com, book@market-ua.com.

Imperatives of Civilised Development conference is an ongoing creative hi-tech project launched by a graduate of Delaware University NSI-2011. Conference deliverables are published by a validly existing and duly incorporated individual publisher O.S. Lipkan according to national standards, especially in terms of circulation and mailing of mandatory copies. Materials are also made available on the web site www.natsecurity.com.ua.

We would like to unveil the scope and mission of this project by responding to most frequently asked questions.

What is this project designed for?

The aim of this project is to enable graduates of national security and international relations programmes from all around the world to keep in touch by addressing the current global challenges, sharing the results of their researches with foreign scientific opinion-leaders and world community.

What differs our Internet conference from others?

Unique and unparalleled feature that raises the status of those who take part in our Internet conference is driven by its underlying principles:

1) publicity: conference materials are published in the book of statements and are open for Internet users, thus bringing the results of many researches to the world and increasing the audience far beyond a small group of people who read the book of statements or conference materials in hard copies;

2) cost effectiveness: the authors of the materials have no time-wasters and money spending to get to another city and can look through them whenever they want and discuss at the forum with colleagues from all around the world;

3) efficiency: the time lag between conference announcement and publication of deliverables is not more than 3 months;

4) good planning: the dates of conferences are set in advance ensuring your article is published at the right time;

4) consistency: our project represents a closed system complex, as we have an end-to-end control over the project from its design throughout the implementation;

5) competence: once selected by the U.S. State Department, you join the security community of both domestic and international professionals, and the knowledge you get by pursuing your studies in the USA will help to tackle global problems faced by modern world;

6) guarantee: the publication of the book is guaranteed by lawful process of arranging and holding conferences, transparency and clearness of announced and organised conferences as well as production and printing activity;

7) continuity: it is an ongoing project, and we will keep holding these conferences in the future;

8) openness: in addition to the planned conferences we can arrange and print the materials of other events addressing specific issues;

9) high quality: conference materials are printed on a high-quality paper and have a colourful cover; their Internet coverage has a special format, which is easy to read and handle various texts will all rights (copyright) reserved.

How do you protect the copyright of publications when they are made available on your web site?

Advanced IT helped us publish the materials of previous conferences in a presentable format so that an Internet user could only read the text without any rights to reproduce.

How can I sign up for the conference?

Singing up for the conference is simple. Please go to our web site www.natsecurity.com.ua, choose a suitable for you date of conference and email your materials to: wlacademic@gmail.com or book@market-ua.com.

How much is it to take part in the conference?

The pricing policy is based on your personal value for the world’s community and the need for building up nsi&fullbright alumni think tank. That’s why all the costs of preparation, publication and distribution of conference materials are borne by us. In turn, you will get your copy of conference book by post and your materials will be placed on our web site for free so that any person could read them wherever they are.

Are there any alternatives to Internet conferences?

In view of our current pace of life, upward trend of electronic communication development and the increasing role of IT, there are no alternatives to Internet conferences so far.

Our project is just an offer to make a step forward with us into safe future.

INSTITUTE OF LAW OF THE PARLIAMENT OF UKRAINE

VICTOR GLUSHKOV INSTITUTE OF CYBERNETICS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF UKRAINE

GLOBAL ORGANIZATION OF ALLIED LEADERSHIP

ACADEMY OF OPEN SOCIETY SECURITY

RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT CENTRE OF LEGAL INFORMATICS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF LEGAL SCIENCES OF UKRAINE

LAW

INFORMATICS

Recommended for publishing by the Institute of Law of the Parliament of Ukraine Board (minutes No 15 dated 26 December 2011)

Issue No 33

2012

LEGAL INFORMATICS No 33 / 2012

ACADEMIC PERIODICAL FOR LEGAL INFORMATICS, INFORMATION LAW AND INFORMATION SECURITY

Editorial Board: This periodical is authorised to publish the

materials of dissertations for the degree of

O.L. KOPYLENKO                                                 PhD and Doctor of Juridical Science

Head of Editorial Board                                       (Resolution of Higher Attestation Commission

of Ukraine No 1-05/3 dated 8 July 2009)

M.YA. SHVETS                                                                   and Technical Sciences

Editor-in-chief                                                       (Resolution of Higher Attestation Commission

of Ukraine No 1-05/1 dated 10 February 2010)

V.A. LIPKAN

Assistant Editor-in-chief

S.A. ANTONENKO

YE.R. BERSHEDA

M.S. VERTUZAEV

S.M. DANYLIAK

O.M. DZHUZHA

I.B. ZHYLIAIEV

R.A. KALIUZHNY                                                                                     Founded

A.M. NOVYTSKY                                                                           in December 2003

M.YA. SEGAY

I.V. SERGIYENKO                                                                                     Quarterly

V.G. KHAKHANOVSKY                                                                           publication

V.S. TSYMBALIUK

ISBN 978-966-2439-33-5             © O.S. LIPKAN, 2012

Editors office:                                                                              Individual publisher Olena Sergiyivna Lipkan

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Web page: www.natsecurity.com.ua

Publisher’s Certificate DK No 3535 dated 27 July 2009

INFORMATION LAW

CONTENTS

INFORMATION LAW

CONCEPT AND DEFINITION OF RESTRICTED INFORMATION………………………7

Volodymyr Yu. Baskakov

Candidate, Department of Administrative and Financial Law

National University of Bio-resources and Environmental Management of Ukraine

CONSOLIDATION AS A TYPE OF SYSTEMATIZATION OF INFORMATION LAW.15

Marina I. Dimchoglo

Candidate, Department of Administrative and Financial Law

National University of Bio-resources and Environmental Management of Ukraine

GLOBAL CO-MANAGEMENT OF CYBERSPACE……………………………………………25

Dmytriy Yu. Zhuzha

Postgraduate, Department of Political Studies

Moscow National Mykhail Lomonosov University

CURRENT INTERPRETATION OF INFORMATION OPERATIONS AGAINST UKRAINE……………………………………………………………………………………………….30

Volodymyr A. Lipkan

Professor, Department of Internal Affairs Governance, National Academy of Internal Affairs

LLD, Associate Professor

DEFINITION OF SECURITY IDEOLOGY IN INFORMATION SCIENCE……………..39

Viktoria O. Kiryan

Postgraduate, Institute of Law

National Aviation University

Andriy M. Loboda

Candidate, Department of Theory of State and Law

National Academy of Internal Affairs

PRINCIPAL STRATEGIES OF GLOBAL GOVERNANCE………………………………….44

Daniil S. Poluliakh

Student, Department of Political Studies

Moscow National Mykhail Lomonosov University

MONITORING AS A BASIS FOR THE CONCEPT OF COMBATING TERRORISM IN INFORMATION SCIENCE…………………………………………………………………………49

Igor M. Ryzhov

LLD candidate, National Academy of Security Service of Ukraine

PhD, Associate Professor

LEGAL INFORMATICS No 33/2012

PERSONAL DATA PROTECTION IN THE EU COUNTRIES……………………………..54

Andriy V. Tunik

Postgraduate, Institute of Law

National Aviation University

UNIFIED DEFINITION OF INFORMATION AS A LEGAL OBJECT IN THE LAWS OF UKRAINE………………………………………………………………………………………….60

Olga V. Tsymbaliuk

Department of Social Studies and Law

National Technical University of Ukraine

“Kyiv Polytechnic Institute”

INSIGHT INTO INCORPORATION OF INTERNATIONAL INFORMATION LAW..68

Kyrylo P. Cherepovsky

Candidate, Department of Administrative and Financial Law

National University of Bio-resources and Environmental Management of Ukraine

STRATEGY OF MULTI-LEVEL MANAGEMENT OF INTERNATIONAL SYSTEM…77

Ivan A. Chikharev

Dean, Department of Political Studies

Moscow National Mykhail Lomonosov University

PhD (Political Studies), Associate Professor

Marina A. Ramonova

Postgraduate, Department of Political Studies

Moscow National Mykhail Lomonosov University

GENESIS OF RIGHT TO KNOW: INTERNATIONAL AND DOMESTIC LAW……….82

Olena V. Chupryna

Postgraduate, Institute of Law

National Aviation University

CRIMINAL LAW

AND CRIMINAL PROCEDURAL LAW

PROSECUTOR’S SUPERVISION OF LAW ENFORCEMENT BY AGENCIES OF INQUIRY AND PRE-TRIAL INVESTIGATION: STATUS AND PROSPECTIVE REFORMING………………………………………………………………………………………….86

Ruslan M. Bilokin

Candidate, Department of Criminal Practice

National Academy of Internal Affairs

INFORMATION LAW

INSIGHT INTO DELIBERATE PENETRATION (TRAFFICKING) OF DANGEROUS PRODUCTS INTO THE UKRAINIAN MARKET……………………………………………..91

Uliana V. Guliavska

Instructor, Department of Criminal Law and Criminal Practice

Institute of Law

Kyiv International University

GUARANTEED HUMAN RIGHTS IN THE CRIMINAL PRACTICE…………………….97

Irina F. Litvinova

Institute of Law, National Aviation University

PhD

EPISTEMOLOGICAL ANALYSIS OF THE NATURE OF LIE DETECTOR…………..106

Oleksandr I. Motliakh

Professor, Department of Criminal Law and Criminal Practice, Institute of Law

National Aviation University

PhD

HUMAN RIGHTS IN THE CRIMINAL PRACTICE OF UKRAINE: CHALLENGES AND REALITY………………………………………………………………………………………..112

Victor V. Nazarov

Head, Department of Air, Space and Environmental Law

Institute of Law, National Aviation University

LLD, Professsor

FORMATION, DEVELOPMENT AND ESSENCE OF DISMISSING AN UNPROVED CRIMINAL CASE…………………………………………………………………………………….118

Marina I. Storozhuk

Candidate, Department of Criminal Practice

National Academy of Internal Affairs

ADMINISTRATIVE LAW,

THEORY OF STATE AND LAW,

CIVIL LAW

CATEGORIES OF PUBLIC ORDER, LEGAL ORDER AND CIVIC ORDER; COMPARATIVE APPROACH…………………………………………………………………….124

Yevgen O. Gida

Professor, Department of Theory of State and Law

National Academy of Internal Affairs

LLD, Associate Professor

LEGAL INFORMATICS No 33/2012

NOTION OF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFENCE AGAINST THE ESTABLISHED ORDER OF STATE-FUNDED PROCUREMENT……………………………………………………….130

Mykyta Yu. Dovgan

Candidate, Department of Administrative and Financial Law

National University of Bio-resources and Environmental Management of Ukraine

PRACTICAL ASPECTS OF ALLEGED LEGAL ACTS………………………………………136

Valeriy V. Sushak

Candidate, Department of Civil Law and Civil Practice

National Academy of Internal Affairs

CURRENT DEVELOPMENT OF STATE CONTROL OF POLICE………………………140

Inna I. Trokhanenko

Senior Legal Counsel, Legal Support

Private Joint Stock Company Prestige Group

PhD

ANNOUNCEMENT…………………………………………………………………………………147

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