Tyumen State University, Tyumen 625000, Russian Federation
The author raises the regulation's formation issues emerged in employing intellectual property in the context of digitalization of society based on a balance of interests of authors, copyright holders, users, society and the state. The purpose of the research is to formulate basic provisions to regulate copyright and intellectual property relations in the future.
The empirical research methods are: observation, experiment, measurement, interpretation; general scientific methods: axiomatic method, hypothetical-deductive analysis, synthesis, induction, abstraction, idealization and verbal modeling.
The results of the study are: it is proposed to revise the basics of intellectual property law based on the possibilities of the digital environment and self-regulation of relations in the field of intellectual property. Namely it is: recognition of the author's rights as inalienable natural rights, as well as recognition of citizens 'rights to access and use the intellectual products; the possibility of free use of intellectual products in the digital environment by users for non-commercial purposes, unless otherwise established by the author (copyright holder); the concept of a bona fide user; the right of the author to dispose the exclusive right for the intellectual product by transferring it to the public domain. These provisions create the basis for implementing the principle of balancing the interests of authors, copyright holders and society as a whole. And as a result the work achieves the correspondence of actual relations on the use of works in the digital environment and the rule of law, that is, law and order.
intellectual property, intellectual products, digital environment, balance of interests, principles, authors, copyright holders, users, legislation, legality, international norms, international treaties.
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