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What is Civil Law

Analyzing New Forms of Social Disorders in Modern Virtual Environments
Defines the rights and responsibilities of individuals, government entities and private or non-government organization in their interactions with each other.
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Social Networks and Security Challenges
Tamari Chinchaladze (East Europian University, Georgia)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-6684-5760-3.ch002
In contrast to the last century, in the 21st century internet communications and technology have developed quite a bit. Various sites and social networks appeared on the world stage, through which it became easier to find information and communicate with other people who are in another city or country. The pandemic in 2019-2022 has forced the developed and developing countries of the world to face a new situation – manage countries/companies, work and perform official duties remotely, have contact with relatives, get education, and carry out other activities. This topic will discuss and analyze the pros and cons of the most famous social networks, the protection of their users' information, and the crimes committed through said networks that violate human economic freedom, dignity, and the right to receive information. The chapter will discuss various crimes that are committed through social networks, for example, fraud, distribution of pornographic works, cyberbullying, cybercrimes.
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Crime and Legal Issues among Intellectually Disabled Individuals
Civil Law consists a branch of law, which consists of non-criminal law.
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Managing Legal and Negotiation Knowledge
Civil law may be defined as that legal tradition which has its origin in Roman law and was subsequently developed in Continental Europe. It is highly systematised and structured and relies on declarations of broad, general principles, often ignoring the details.
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Setting Anti-Cyberbullying Legal Policies
Also called the continental or Romano-Germanic legal system, is based on concepts, categories, and rules derived from Roman law.
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Emerging Paradigms in Legal Education: A Learning Environment to Teach Law through Online Role Playing Games
The expression “civil law” is used to point out legal systems inspired by Roman law in which legal norms are written into laws collected into codes and not determined by judges.
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