LEGAL COMPONENT IN PROBLEMATIC STRUCTURE OF PROGRAMMES OF SCIENTIFIC-TECHNICAL ECONOMIC PROGRESS

Authors

  • Antanas Keras, Valerijus Keras Mykolas Romeris University

Keywords:

Technics, science, progress, programs, law, structure, globalization, crime.

Abstract

Abstract
Formation of information society, rapid development of science and technologies predetermines considerable changes in society, both negative and positive. The changes give way not only to new possibilities but also to dangers.
Science and new technologies (including aspects of creation of information society) are created and implemented by executing programmes of scientific technical economic progress. However, implementation of scientific technical economic programmes precondition not only crucially important results for society but also stipulates activity of certain criminal tendencies, for example, frequency of computer crimes rose due to widely accessible internet. Issues of computer crimes are solved considerably efficiently in Lithuania nowadays, though they were treated inadequately at the initial stage of internet development. Disintegrated approach towards the mentioned problematic issues can be cited as one of the major reasons conditioning such situation. The authors of the article argue that, scientific technical programmes, usually, lack important legal components in themselves, that should be reckoned with due respect.
The articles aims to reason the importance of legal component in scientific technical programmes and innovations meant for mass usage.
The following innovative cases and facts were analyzed in order to implement the objective of the article:

• disintegration of approaches towards programmes of scientific technical progress;
• usual disturbances of computerization and automatization (negative impacts) regarding society’s criminality;
• possible rise of level of disturbances of computerization and automatization (negative impacts) in society in the context of globalization;
• preferable prevention means for disturbances (negative impact).

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Published

2020-10-09

Issue

Section

Legal Aspects of European Integration