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dc.contributor.authorĆmiel, Sylwia
dc.identifier.citationĆmiel, S. (2014). Cyberbullying Legislation In Poland And Selected EU Countries. Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences, 109, 29–34.
dc.description.abstractCyberspace used by all the institutions and structures of the EU and EC (developing networks of common use and specialized networks), with a wide access for individual customers. All of this is governed by relatively few regulations. However, given that Community law (acquis communautaire) is a hierarchically organized system of rules, it should initially be assumed that regulations on cyberspace would become a part of this system, i.e. subsystem. The common interest requires that the network users know those regulations and that measures for the elimination of cybercrime have been taken. The purpose of this article is to analyze the laws in terms of their legitimacy with the intent of the legislature and the public needs for cyber bullying in Poland and the EU law.en
dc.publisherElsevier Ltd.pl_PL
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dc.titleCyberbullying Legislation In Poland And Selected EU Countriespl_PL
dc.description.epersonSylwia ĆMIEL

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