Smart contracts as an innovative legal tool

Manzar Mammadova, 111i, KNEU


A smart contract is an agreement between people or organizations, which is in a form of a program code that runs automatically and receives all the necessary data through so-called “oracles” – programs that provide communication between the real and the digital world.

Rather, smart contracts should be referred to as a blockchain because today, such contracts are implemented through blockchain, and if you go into detail, perhaps 99% of smart contracts should be called ethereum contracts, since they are created on the air (ether- cryptocurrency). Continue reading Smart contracts as an innovative legal tool



Yana Yuuzkova, ME111i, KNEU


  1. Introduction
  2. Problems of protection of intellectual property in the World Wide Web
  3. Online offenses: A look at the problem of collecting evidence
  4. Copyright registration
  5. Conclusions


It is a well-known fact that law always lags behind public relations. And that is understandable, since the law then begins to regulate the relationship when they need it. In other words, the rules of law governing certain social relations emerge much later than the relationship itself. In the case of public relations on the global computer network, the Internet is more than a statement, because, despite the fact that the Network emerged recently, it is now possible to say that it has changed the whole world: from the developed countries of Western Europe and Northern America to the backward countries of Asia and Africa. Continue reading COPYRIGHT ON THE INTERNET