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Online Platforms in the Cybersecurity System


[ 1 ] Katedra Prawa Cyberbezpieczeństwa i Nowych Technologii, Instytut Prawa, Akademia Sztuki Wojennej | [ P ] employee

Scientific discipline (Law 2.0)

[5.7] Law

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chapter in monograph

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  • Cybersecurity
  • Cyberspace
  • Digital infrastructure
  • Digital society
  • High technology
  • Law
  • Safety
  • European Union

EN The issue of cyberspace security is determined by the development of new technologies, including robotics and digital processes, and the state’s computerisation progress. The fundamental issue of legal protection in the cybersecurity system is to determine the subjective and objective scope of responsibility for online activities. One of the key regulations regarding liability in the field of cybersecurity is the NIS Directive and its draft amendment, the so-called NIS 2. Technological change in the field of communication has fundamentally modified the ways individuals and entire communities function. It should be ensured that hosting service providers process the received counter-notices in the proper manner. As a result of technological and economic convergence, the same entity may perform very different functions, and it is not determined what its status will be, so the scope of its liability is not conclusively determined. The situation calls for appropriate regulations, with the reservation that there is a need to synchronise issues at each stage of legislative activity.

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3 - 36



Bibliografia na stronach 34-35.


The Role of Cybersecurity in the Public Sphere : The European Dimension

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