Human Rights and Freedoms in the Digital Era: Problems and Perspectives of Their Establishment in the Eurasian Space

  •  Baranov Pavel Petrovich    
  •  Mamychev Aleksei Yurievich    
  •  Mordovtsev Andrei Yurievich    
  •  Soloviev Oleg Vyacheslavovich    
  •  Gnatovskaya Elena Nikolaevna    


The article touches upon the process of transformation of a socio-political organization in the legal system, caused by integration of digital technologies and autonomous algorithmic systems. It is justified that the development of machine education and artificial intelligence systems can result in human suspension from taking important social and political decisions. Impermeability and fluidity of modern digital technologies provides hidden functioning mode of the latter, whilst their specificity is not included in the formulated agenda, creating and taking managerial decisions or planning everyday life activity. The article proves that the aftereffects of the fourth technological revolution claim for returning of the human rights standards, freedoms and legal interests as the leading form of a reference point in the global digital rivalry and in the development of certain social systems, also the necessity to establish a distinct system of human rights guarantee and human safety in the era of developing principally new digital relations is proved. Meanwhile, digital information legislation needs systematization and a strict consistent state.

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