REGULARYFRAMWORK AND LEGAL BASE OF ELECTRONIC DOCUMENT CIRCULATION
Keywords: legal base, information communication technology, law, decree, decision
AbstractThe general characteristic of legal base of electronic document circulation is presented in the article. It legislatively regulates the relations which connected with the information and information communication technologies. There is presented the list of the basic acts of regulation of sphere of information relations.
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Omelchenko, T. H., & Dzhandzhhava, N. A. (1). REGULARYFRAMWORK AND LEGAL BASE OF ELECTRONIC DOCUMENT CIRCULATION. Information Technologies and Learning Tools, 4(3). https://doi.org/10.33407/itlt.v4i3.172
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