Subject of information law
Method of information law
Principles of information law
legal informing
Legal system of society

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Kainov, V. ., Semukhin, O. ., Gontar, N. ., Semukhina, E. ., Krivulia, L. ., & Gertsog, T. . (2022). SECTORAL INTERPRETATION ON INFORMATION LAW. Lex Humana (ISSN 2175-0947), 14(2), 245–254. Retrieved from


The relevance of the topic of the article is determined by the sectoral law-self-sufficiency of the key concept of this work. The purpose of the article was to interpret the meaning of the informational law and define its subject and elements. Authors used a set of methods: philosophical; logical; formal-legal  and general scientific. As a result, the authors claim that Information law is an independent branch of law, as it has the following features: information legal relations are at the center of public communication; the entire regulatory framework is an information resource; all legal relations, first of all, exist and are carried out in the informational form; information law has a unique subject of legal regulation, a method and a system of unique principles. The sectoral interpretation of information law makes it possible to interpret information legislation more accurately, which is necessary for the legally competent construction of information legal relations. Interpretation of norms, as indicated in the article, is a mechanism of understanding, explanation and interpretation necessary for assessing a legal fact and solving legal problems through dialogue with participants in information legal relations.



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