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Order of Proceedings for Qualifying Information Materials as Extremist
Abstract.The article is devoted to the issues that arise in the process of considering the prosecutor's claim to quality materials as extremist. The author of the article analyzes judicial practice of reviewing such cases. Ulianov focuses on amendments to the Administrative Procedure Rules offered by the Plenum of the Supreme Court of the Russian Federation in its resolution No. 30 of October 3, 2017. The author also analyze changes in the laws introduced by the Federal Law No. 327 'Concerning Amendments to Articles 10.4 and 15.3 of the Federal Law on Information, Information Technologies and Information Protection of November 25, 2017 and Article 6 of the Russian Federation Law 'Concerning Mass Media Information'. The author's analysis of the aforesaid issues is based on the general dialectical method. The author has also used such methods as induction, analysis and synthesis and documentary method (court materials and statistics). When analyzing legal sources and legal acts, the author has also applied the formal law method. The scientific novelty of the research is caused by the fact that the author analyzes changes offered by the Supreme Court of the Russian Federation to be made in the Administrative Procedure Rules of the Russian Federation. In addition, based on the results of the analysis of changes made in Article 15.1 of the Federal Law No. 149 on Information, Information Technologies and Information Protection the author of the article emphasizes the need to create official analytics documents relevant to the matter.
Keywords: prohibited information, prosecutor's office, Internet, administrative statement of claim, Information Security, extremist materials, extremism, Roskomnadzor, counterpropaganda, blocking
Article was received:19-01-2018
This article written in Russian. You can find full text of article in Russian here .