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Publications of Ul'yanov Mikhail Vladimirovich
Security Issues, 2023-2
Ul'yanov M.V. - New trends in extremist and terrorist crime and measures to counter threats to national security pp. 27-34


Abstract: The author analyzes the current state of extremist and terrorist crime, as well as the main trends in the commission of individual crimes in 2022 and 2023. The choice of this time period is due to the increased threats to the national security of the Russian Federation. Attention is drawn to the indicators of crimes provided for in Articles 205, 205.2, 281, 357 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation. Based on the evaluation of statistical data, information about the current criminogenic situation was obtained. There was a slowdown in the growth rate of the number of public calls for extremist activity (Article 280 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation) and the facts of incitement to hatred or enmity (Article 282 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation). The intensification of terrorist and sabotage activities is stated. The materials of separate foreign studies concerning destructive activity in the information sphere are analyzed. Conclusions are drawn about the need to consider extremist and terrorist activities in the context of information warfare and the use of information weapons. With this in mind, it is proposed to take a number of measures in the field of information security. As a measure to counteract new threats to national security, the urgent need to systematize and publish information that became known during the investigation of criminal cases initiated on the facts of the genocide of the Russian-speaking population in the period from 2014 and the Soviet people during the Great Patriotic War is called. It is proposed to consider the issue of securing in Russian legislation the powers of the Security Council of the Russian Federation to declare a State carrying out terrorist activities as a sponsor of terrorism.
National Security, 2020-2
Ul'yanov M.V. - Counteracting criminality in the area of information and communication technologies in the conditions of quarantine measures pp. 52-61


Abstract: This article examines the correlation of processes pertaining to the spread of the Coronavirus infection (COVID-19), as well as various elements of the of national security system. Analysis is conducted on the impact of the set of quarantine measures upon the increase in digitalization; use of personal data, prospects of correction of international approaches in the sphere of information security; development of legal instruments aimed at counteracting criminal use of information and telecommunication networks, including restriction of access to resources spreading banned information; expansion of the scale of cybercrime. The study of this topic is based on the general dialectic method of cognition of the phenomena, as well as systemic approach towards research of the social legal issues. The author comes to the conclusion that in the conditions of present threats regarding the expansion of the capabilities of organized crime within the information sphere, the measures aimed at controlling the Internet by states and private companies is also expanding. Global contradictions in the information sphere stemming from the current crisis are likely to be resolved, particularly through negotiation of international documents.
Genesis: Historical research, 2019-10
Ul'yanov M.V. - State of criminology at the turn of the 1920Тs Ц 1930Тs pp. 38-46


Abstract: This article is dedicated to the circumstances that directly affected the change of character of criminological research during the early 1930’s. Special attention is paid to the substantial contradictions between the representatives of the People's Commissariat for Justice and People's Commissariat for Internal Affairs of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (NKVD). The interministerial opposition also reflected in criticism of the work of the criminological establishments that were under the jurisdiction of NKVD. The paramount importance belonged to the dispute on studying criminal activity in USSR, organized in 1929 by the sector of state and law of the Communist Academy after publication of the article by S. Y. Bulatov “The Revival of Lombroso in the Soviet Criminology”. The conclusion is made that the changes that took place at the turn of the 1930’s in the field of studying criminal activity, were substantiated by a set of various circumstances, including rival for the leadership in the law enforcement system and dominance of different government agencies in the ideological sphere of society.
NB: Administrative Law and Administration Practice, 2017-5
Ul'yanov M.V. - Order of Proceedings for Qualifying Information Materials as Extremist pp. 31-37


Abstract: The article is devoted to the issues that arise in the process of considering the prosecutor's claim to quality materials as extremist. The author of the article analyzes judicial practice of reviewing such cases. Ulianov focuses on amendments to the Administrative Procedure Rules offered by the Plenum of the Supreme Court of the Russian Federation in its resolution No. 30 of October 3, 2017. The author also analyze changes in the laws introduced by the Federal Law No. 327 'Concerning Amendments to Articles 10.4 and 15.3 of the Federal Law on Information, Information Technologies and Information Protection of November 25, 2017 and Article 6 of the Russian Federation Law 'Concerning Mass Media Information'. The author's analysis of the aforesaid issues is based on the general dialectical method. The author has also used such methods as induction, analysis and synthesis and documentary method (court materials and statistics). When analyzing legal sources and legal acts, the author has also applied the formal law method. The scientific novelty of the research is caused by the fact that the author analyzes changes offered by the Supreme Court of the Russian Federation to be made in the Administrative Procedure Rules of the Russian Federation. In addition, based on the results of the analysis of changes made in Article 15.1 of the Federal Law No. 149 on Information, Information Technologies and Information Protection the author of the article emphasizes the need to create official analytics documents relevant to the matter. 
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