The subjective aspect ofcomputer crime
( Pp. 72-74)

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Stepanov-Egiyants Vladimir G. k.yu.n., LL.M., docent kafedry ugolovnogo prava i kriminologii yuridicheskogo fakulteta MGU imeni M. V. Lomonosova
Moscow State Lomonosov
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Abstract:
This article deals with the subjective aspect of a crime under Art. 272 of the Criminal Code, which can be expressed only in intent, both directly and indirectly. This is confirmed in the article jurisprudence. The author proposes to strengthen penalties for illegal access to computer information, perfect to conceal another crime or facilitating its commission.
How to Cite:
Stepanov-Egiyants V.G., (2013), THE SUBJECTIVE ASPECT OFCOMPUTER CRIME. Business in Law, 2 => 72-74.
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Keywords:
crimes in the sphere of computer information, the subjective side of crimes in the sphere of computer information, illegal access to computer information, computer information.


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