Perspectivas de desarrollo de la regulación legal de las plataformas digitales

  • Elena Anatolyevna Kirillova Southwest State University. Kursk (Russian Federation) and South-Ural State University. Chelyabinsk (Russian Federation) https://orcid.org/0000-0001-7137-901X
  • Teymur El'darovich Zulfugarzade Plekhanov Russian University of Economics. Moscow (Russian Federation) https://orcid.org/0000-0002-0778-1511
  • Oleg Evgenyevich Blinkov Academy of the FPS of Russia. Ryazan (Russian Federation) and State University of Humanities and Social Studies. Kolomna (Russian Federation) https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3506-2194
  • Olga Aleksandrovna Serova Pskov State University. Pskov (Russian Federation) https://orcid.org/0000-0003-4113-7399
  • Irina Aleksandrovna Mikhaylova Russian State Academy of Intellectual Property. Moscow (Russian Federation) https://orcid.org/0000-0001-7305-5668

Resumen

El estudio analizó las perspectivas para la regulación legal de las plataformas digitales estatales y privadas. Las plataformas digitales han sustituido el modelo de negocio lineal y han cambiado los principios económicos. La transición a la tecnología digital en la economía, los negocios y la esfera social, genera la necesidad de su regulación legal. El objetivo del estudio es examinar el estado legal de las plataformas digitales estatales y privadas, proponer un aparato conceptual, identificar las características clave de las plataformas digitales, y analizar las perspectivas para el desarrollo de la regulación legal en esta área. En el trabajo se utilizaron los métodos de análisis comparativo de los contextos de gestión en los sectores estatal y comercial, a través del método de generalización se propuso un criterio para la nueva tipificación de plataformas digitales, se utilizaron además, métodos de análisis, síntesis, deducción e inducción. El estudio propone una definición de autor de las plataformas digitales, una clasificación de las plataformas digitales, y concluye que la introducción de una nueva regulación especial de las plataformas digitales estatales y privadas, puede requerir la aprobación previa de esta regulación, por ejemplo, en el formato de un régimen legal experimental. Para la regulación integrada de las actividades de las plataformas digitales, es conveniente adoptar conceptos internacionales que permitan crear términos y principios uniformes. Al mismo tiempo, la regulación debe tener en cuenta las características de la regulación existente de ciertas áreas. En un caso, se basaría en un método dispositivo, en otro caso, en un método imperativo.

Palabras clave: Regulación legal, clasificación de plataformas digitales, plataformas digitales estatales, plataformas digitales privadas, enfoque de plataforma en la administración estatal

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Elena Anatolyevna Kirillova, Southwest State University. Kursk (Russian Federation) and South-Ural State University. Chelyabinsk (Russian Federation)

Ph.D. in Law, Russian Federation Southwest State University, Kursk, Russian Federation, South-Ural State University (National Research University) (Chelyabinsk, Rus- sian Federation). https://orcid.org/0000-0001-7137-901X

Teymur El'darovich Zulfugarzade, Plekhanov Russian University of Economics. Moscow (Russian Federation)

Ph.D. in Law, Department of Civil Legal Disciplines, Plekhanov Russian University of Economics (Moscow, Russian Federation). https://orcid.org/0000-0002- 0778-1511

Oleg Evgenyevich Blinkov, Academy of the FPS of Russia. Ryazan (Russian Federation) and State University of Humanities and Social Studies. Kolomna (Russian Federation)

Doctor of Law, Academy of the FPS of Russia, Ryazan, Russian Federation, State University of Humanities and Social Studies (Kolomna, Moscow region, Russian Federation). https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3506-2194

Olga Aleksandrovna Serova, Pskov State University. Pskov (Russian Federation)

Doctor of Law, Pskov State University (Pskov, Russian Federation). https://orcid.org/0000-0003-4113-7399

Irina Aleksandrovna Mikhaylova, Russian State Academy of Intellectual Property. Moscow (Russian Federation)

Doctor of Law, Russian State Academy of Intellectual Property (Moscow, Russian Federation). https://orcid.org/0000-0001-7305-5668

Publicado
2021-08-24
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Kirillova, E., Zulfugarzade, T., Blinkov, O., Serova, O., & Mikhaylova, I. (2021). Perspectivas de desarrollo de la regulación legal de las plataformas digitales. JURÍDICAS CUC, 18(1), 35–52. https://doi.org/10.17981/juridcuc.18.1.2022.02