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Vol. 10 No. 1 (2017): issue-1-june-2017

THE IMPLICATIONS OF TRANSNATIONAL CYBER THREATS IN INTERNATIONAL HUMANITARIAN LAW: ANALYSING THE DISTINCTION BETWEEN CYBERCRIME, CYBER ATTACK, AND CYBER WARFARE IN THE 21ST CENTURY

Hemen Philip Faga

This paper is an attempt to draw distinctive lines between the concepts of cybercrime, cyber-attack, and cyber warfare in the current information age,

INFORMATION WARFARE ON SOCIAL MEDIA: A BRAND MANAGEMENT PERSPECTIVE

Ignas Kalpokas

Employing a perspective informed by brand management, this article aims at understanding information warfare operations in social media. The state, see

CYBER ATTACKS, INFORMATION ATTACKS, AND POSTMODERN WARFARE

Jozef Valuch, Tomáš Gábriš, Ondrej Hamuľák

The aim of this paper is to evaluate and differentiate between the phenomena of cyberwarfare and information warfare, as manifestations of what we perc

THE ROLE OF JUDICIAL ETHICS IN COURT ADMINISTRATION: FROM SETTING THE OBJECTIVES TO PRACTICAL IMPLEMENTATION

Mindaugas Šimonis

A court administration striving to guarantee the independence and professionalism of the court and judges requires attention to judicial ethics. Judici

PREDATORY PRICING: A FRAMEWORK FOR ANALYSIS

Raimundas Moisejevas

One of the key principles of EU Competition law is a prohibition of the abuse of a dominant position established in the Article 102 of the TFEU. Predat

NON-TERRITORIAL SPACES OF BELARUSIAN POLITICAL NOMADISM

Viktorija Rusinaitė

In Belarus the state systematically hinders the development of civil society. NGOs have difficulties registering, functioning and sustaining their orga

AHARON BARAK’S LEGAL IDEOLOGY IN THE CONTEXT OF EUROPEAN CONSTITUTIONALISM

Jolanta Bieliauskaitė, Vytautas Šlapkauskas

The EU lacks the legal ideology as a social instrument that could satisfy the spirit of liberal democracy and would help to consolidate different socie

THE DEFINITION OF BULLYING IN COMPULSORY EDUCATION: FROM A GENERAL TO A LEGAL PERSPECTIVE

Agnė Margevičiūtė

The definition of the word ‘bullying’ diverges based on the field of practice and research, in the absence of an agreed-upon overreaching definitio

FACTORS THAT INFLUENCE PAROLE BOARDS’ AND JUDGES’ DECISIONS ON PAROLE APPLICATION IN LITHUANIA

Ilona Michailovič, Liubovė Jarutienė

This article examines problems of parole application in Lithuania. The research applies a qualitative study in order to learn the peculiarities of the