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ISSN (Print) 1984-9729 - ISSN (Online) 1984-8161
Published by Universidade de Brasília Homepage  [65 journals]
  • The Efficiency of e-Services in Mexico

    • Authors: Oscar yahevh Carrera Mora, María Catalina Ovando Chico
      Pages: 1 - 19
      Abstract: [Purpose] The purpose of this study is to determine the benefits of e-services, both for a government agency and for citizens in terms of efficiency, derived from the digitalization of one of its processes. [Methodology/Approach/Design] A case study is presented of a project developed and implemented in 2021 in Mexico at the federal level by the Ministry of Communications and Transportation (SCT), which consisted of the digitalization of the process of issuance and/or revalidation of the Federal Driver's License. The first two months of operation are taken as a reference to determine the effects that this digital platform has had on economic, technical, and social efficiency. Analyzing the number of requests handled, costs for both the government and the citizen compared to the printed license and its processes. [Findings] Its theoretical basis is an analysis of efficiency based on a multidimensional notion of the concept, which is important since it analyzes improvement scenarios from the government's and citizens' points of view. The above allows this study to determine the benefits of electronic government services, both for a government agency and for citizens in terms of efficiency. [Practical Implications] The benefits that the Federal Digital License has represented in terms of cost reduction, process improvement, and increased citizen service the Federal Digital License have been demonstrated to these two actors. [Originality] The difference with the contributions of other studies lies in the object of study, which is the Federal Driver's License system, a case that has not been studied due to its recent implementation. This opens the door to future research, where not only quantitative data expressed in numerical terms can be analyzed, but also user satisfaction can be directly evaluated qualitatively.
      PubDate: 2022-05-20
      DOI: 10.26512/lstr.v14i1.38876
      Issue No: Vol. 14, No. 1 (2022)
  • Digital Currency as a Subject of Economic Criminal Offenses

    • Authors: Mykhailo Dumchikov, Nadiia Horobets, Vladyslav Honcharuk, Ruslana Dehtiar
      Pages: 20 - 30
      Abstract: [Purpose] The article is devoted to an essential and relevant topic. The cryptocurrency market in Ukraine, as well as in the world, has been developing quite rapidly in recent years. At the same time, the legal status of digital currency in Ukraine has not been consolidated. As a result, digital currency is often used to commit economic crimes. To counteract this act, it is vital to "legalize" cryptocurrency as a type of money and clearly define the cases when it is the subject of a criminal offense. [Methodology/Approach/Design] The authors researched the general principles, approaches, and scientific research methods to properly develop the chosen topic used available philosophical methods and in particular legal ones. [Findings] The ability of cryptocurrency to be an essential attribute of the development of the information society and, at the same time, the subject of economic criminal offenses.
      PubDate: 2022-05-20
      DOI: 10.26512/lstr.v14i1.38676
      Issue No: Vol. 14, No. 1 (2022)
  • Equality in Online Education during COVID-19

    • Authors: Nguyen Duc Huu, Le Van Tan, Phan Thi Luyen
      Pages: 31 - 51
      Abstract: [Purpose] This study analyzes the inequalities of ethnic minority children to adapt to online education. This is also a challenge to the whole education system in Vietnam before the 4th COVID-19 outbreak is considered to have a serious impact on the economy and society of Vietnam. [Methodology/Approach/Design] A case study is conducted in a cross-sectional form with 50 high school students and 10 teachers of the boarding ethnic minority school in Nam Pu district, Dien Bien province of Vietnam. Questions were conducted for students, teachers, and school administrators. [Findings] The lack of WiFi catchers such as laptops, tablets, and smartphones along with poor infrastructure are the main factors affecting the effectiveness of online learning. [Practical Implications] Equality in education is the sustainable development goal adopted by the United Nations in 2015. Geographical differences and economic conditions are factors that directly impact the effectiveness of students' online learning in the context of COVID-19 19. The Government of Vietnam should have an effective financial policy to provide connectivity for poor students, reducing the gap in access to general education services for online classes that are ethnic minorities.
      PubDate: 2022-05-20
      DOI: 10.26512/lstr.v14i1.40032
      Issue No: Vol. 14, No. 1 (2022)
  • Digital Ruble

    • Authors: Zarina Khisamova, Elina Sidorenko, Maxim Inozemtsev , Pierre von Arx
      Pages: 52 - 70
      Abstract: [Purpose] The article deals with the prospects of introducing the digital ruble within the territory of the Russian Federation. [Methodology/Approach/Design] The methodological basis of this study is a set of methods of scientific knowledge, among which the main place is taken by the methods of historicism, consistency, analysis and comparative law. Having conducted a detailed review of global trends in this area, authors identified the main reference points that are relevant for most countries where pilot CBDC projects are being implemented. [Findings] The analysis of the key report, issued by the Central Bank of Russia, on the prospects for introducing the digital ruble allowed us to assess the architecture of the models proposed by the Central Securities Market, their advantages, and their disadvantages. [Practical Implications] Taking into account the assessment of statistical indicators on the Russian crime rate, the state of Russian criminal legislation, the concerns of institutional market participants, and the positions of mega regulators around the world, a criminological analysis of the potential risks of introducing the digital ruble was made. [Originality] The results of the study will be useful to both legal scholars who deal with issues of comparative law, and for practical specialists. the article provides detailed explanations about the theoretical and applied aspects of the introduction of the digital ruble. For the first time, the authors gave a theoretical justification for the risks associated with the introduction of a digital currency.
      PubDate: 2022-05-20
      DOI: 10.26512/lstr.v14i1.40388
      Issue No: Vol. 14, No. 1 (2022)
  • Threats and Challenges for Security Measures on the Internet of Things

    • Authors: Mohammad Faiz, A.K. Daniel
      Pages: 71 - 97
      Abstract: [Purpose] The Internet of Things (IoT) has grown rapidly in the past few years and billions of devices are connected to the IoT network for collecting and sharing data globally for various applications. Due to the billions of connected devices, there is a potential risk of data loss, identity theft, device manipulation, trust issues, falsification of data, network/server manipulation, and various impacts in the application of IoT platforms. The IoT-enabled devices are growing rapidly day by day leading to amplify the threats to the reliability of the network. [Methodology/Approach/design] The research work aims to push the present state of the art by identifying privacy and security requirements that IoT is presently needed. [Findings] Various existing solutions for security in IoT and their limitations are addressed. Security issues such as trust based privacy policies for context-awareness, efficient holistic frameworks, and lightweight strategy for system resource constraints are identified. [Practical Implications] The technological age of IoT will be relying on a large number of devices is forecast to expand substantially. Although many of the technology-related privacy and security challenges exist, developers and researchers need to work in collaboration to resolve those threats, as they have accomplished with several other related technologies.
      PubDate: 2022-05-20
      DOI: 10.26512/lstr.v14i1.38843
      Issue No: Vol. 14, No. 1 (2022)
  • Features of an Electronic Transaction as Evidence in Court

    • Authors: Zaripa Adanbekova, Aiman B. Omarova, Saulegul Yermukhametova, Saida Assanova, Serikkali Tynybekov
      Pages: 98 - 112
      Abstract: [Purpose] This article is aimed at revealing the theoretical features of an electronic transaction as evidence in the procedural and legal field of a judicial instance. [Methodology/Approach/Design] The leading method of studying this issue is a combination of materials and methods of scientific knowledge. The main one is the dialectical method, which was used during the entire study and is considered the basic one in all components of the work, which made it possible to analyse comprehensively the theoretical developments of domestic and foreign scientists, as well as to study the judicial practice of applying the regulatory framework in the evidentiary process and the practical activities of leading lawyers in the judicial process of using electronic evidence. [Findings] The relevance of this article is due to the increasing trend in the use of electronic transactions, as well as the use of the latter in court as evidence. So, the legal nature of electronic transactions is analysed here in detail, namely: the history of occurrence, approval by national legislation, methods and conditions of conclusion, as well as legal force in legal relations between individuals and legal entities, the methodological basis for the study of the concept of electronic transactions has been determined, and their sources of legal regulation of their existence have been identified. The article provides a list of characteristic features of electronic transactions, reveals the main methods of their conclusion, justifies the effectiveness of using electronic transactions in courts as an evidence base, identifies the main legal omissions and shortcomings of the regulatory framework. [Practical Implications] The materials of this article provide applied value in the course of the reform and improvement of procedural legislation, as well as the development of methodological manuals for training and skill development of practising jurists and lawyers.
      PubDate: 2022-05-20
      DOI: 10.26512/lstr.v14i1.40374
      Issue No: Vol. 14, No. 1 (2022)
  • Consumer Trust in the Digital Environment

    • Authors: David López Jiménez, Eduardo Carlos Dittmar, Jenny Patricia Vargas Portillo
      Pages: 113 - 138
      Abstract: [Purpose] The objective of this paper is to study alternative dispute resolution mechanisms in both the electronic contracting of goods and/or services and interactive advertising. [Methodology/Approach/Design] The Spanish and European regulations will be analyzed in terms of regulation and self-regulation mechanisms. Self-regulation instruments are a suitable complement to current legal regulations. [Findings] Although disputes that may arise between consumers and businesses can be settled in court, the circumstances of cases involving e-commerce and interactive advertising may determine that the use of out-of-court instruments is appropriate. In this sense, self-regulation systems promote conflict prevention. In the event that it arises, it is about reaching a faster resolution than the courts of justice, cheaper and carried out by specialists in the matter. [Practical Implications] The implications of this investigation may be applicable to transactions of goods and services in general, to civil society and to the public sector. [Originality] This investigation demonstrates the convenience and significance of considering out-of-court dispute resolution mechanisms over conventional means, both in Spain and in the European Union. The self-regulation instruments are based on a Code of Conduct and an impartial and independent control body that applies it. Normally, codes of conduct are based on the application of different instruments for extrajudicial conflict resolution.
      PubDate: 2022-05-20
      DOI: 10.26512/lstr.v14i1.37820
      Issue No: Vol. 14, No. 1 (2022)
  • Construcción del Derecho de las Audiencias

    • Authors: Olga Cecilia Restrepo-Yepes, César Augusto Molina-Saldarriaga, Juan Diego Restrepo-Yepes, Luisa Fernanda Bedoya-Taborda, Rubén Dario Palacio-Mesa
      Pages: 139 - 164
      Abstract: [Purpose] To analyze the construction of the objective right of hearings in Colombia based on the analysis of the figure of the ombudsman for viewers. [Methodology/Approach/Design] Legal, dogmatic, qualitative research, with a hermeneutic approach and documentary technique. Primary sources were used: regulations and jurisprudence, and secondary sources: specialized literature. These were traced in legal and academic databases, processed in files, and discussed by the research team. [Findings] The evidence of the existence of a right of hearings and the analysis of its objective dimension was developed. Its strong epistemological and dogmatic autonomy, its relative regulation autonomy, and its weak pedagogical autonomy are demonstrated. [Practical Implications] A more systematic regulation development of the right of hearings in the Colombian legal system is necessary. In turn, it is necessary to address other research areas that delve deeper into the most sensitive issues of the legal relationship between the media and viewers. The research contributes to the debate on the strengths and weaknesses of the democratic model in Colombia. [Originality] The research is innovative and original, given the absence of studies on the subject in Colombia.
      PubDate: 2022-05-20
      DOI: 10.26512/lstr.v14i1.37717
      Issue No: Vol. 14, No. 1 (2022)
  • Protección de Datos Personales en el Marco de la COVID-19

    • Authors: Karen Cabrera, Yamile Montenegro
      Pages: 165 - 189
      Abstract: [Purpose] Identify the shortcomings that politics present in the processing of CoronApp data, in contrast to the internal regulations that protect the handling of personal data in Colombia [Methodology/Approach/Design] The research is of a qualitative work where, through the file review, are analyzed the normative documents of the protection of personal data in Colombia in contrast with the data processing policies of the CoronApp application. [Findings] This work concluded that it is necessary to know the handling that is giving to the data so far, to verify if it is feasible to continue using it and, if so, restructure those policies so that it complies with the legal requirements. [Practical implications] This article provides evidence about the shortcomings that the CoronApp application presents about handling personal data and the consequences of their lack of protection. In that sense modification the normative according to the internal regulations is urging, since could cause damages to the holders of those rights. In addition, the article presents some recommendations on how these modifications have to be presents. [Originality] CoronApp application has been recently implemented in Colombia, as a technological solution to collaborate in the management and containment of the COVID-19 virus, is nourished by a series of data that needs to be protected. However, few are the studies that show whether it complies with the legal requirements to protect personal data and which could be the consequences of lack of protection.
      PubDate: 2022-05-20
      DOI: 10.26512/lstr.v14i1.39063
      Issue No: Vol. 14, No. 1 (2022)
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      Pages: 190 - 191
      DOI : SCOPUS Q3 - MIAR Index 9.6 - SJR H-Index 4 Editor: Prof. Marcio Iorio Aranha (University of Brasilia, BRAZIL) Editorial Board: Prof. Marcio Iorio Aranha (University of Brasilia – BRAZIL), Prof. André Rossi (Utah Valley University - USA), Prof. Ana Frazao (Universidade de Brasilia - BRAZIL), Prof. Clara Luz Alvarez (Universidad Panamericana - MEXICO), Prof. Diego Cardona (Universidad de Rosario - COLOMBIA), Prof. Flavia M. S. Oliveira (Universidade de Brasilia - BRAZIL) Prof. Francisco Sierra Caballero (Universidad de Sevilla - SPAIN), Prof. Fabio Bassan (Universitá degli Studi Roma Tre - ITALIA), Prof. Hernán Galperin (University of Southern California - USA), Prof. Jerônimo Siqueira Tybusch (Universidade Federal de Santa Maria - BRAZIL), Prof. João Alberto de Oliveira Lima (Universidade do Legislativo Brasileiro - BRAZIL), Prof. Judith Mariscal (CIDE - MEXICO), Prof. Liliana Ruiz de Alonso (Universidad San Martín de Porres - PERU), Prof. Lucas Sierra (Universidad de Chile - CHILE), Prof. Luís Fernando Ramos Molinaro (Universidade de Brasília - BRAZIL), Prof. Murilo César Ramos (Universidade de Brasília - BRAZIL), Prof. Raúl Katz (Columbia University - USA), Prof. Roberto Muñoz (Universidad Técnica - CHILE). ISSN: 1984-9729 EISSN: 1984-8161 Periodicity: annual issues uninterrupted since May 2009 and two annual issues on May and October uninterrupted since May 2018. Mission/Scope/Focus: Submission process: authors are requested to submit their papers following the instructions at The journal adopts the double-blind peer review process. Archiving policy: LOCKSS-CARINIANA, DOAJ and Brazil’s Senate Library. Indexation: SCOPUS (Elsevier); CROSSREF; ROAD; THE KEEPERS; LATINDEX (28283); EBSCOhost research databases (EBSCO Publishing Inc.); Gale Group; AE Global Index; OAI (Open Archives Initiative) - DOAJ (Directory of Open Access Journals); WorldCat; Google Scholar; The European Library; CIEPS (Centre International d’Enregistrement des Publications en Série); Sistemas SEER e Diadorim, do IBICT. Permanent Web Identifier: LexML and
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      PubDate: 2022-05-20
      Issue No: Vol. 14, No. 1 (2022)
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