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2020, 14(5): 53-59 Back to browse issues page
Goodwill in the Legal Works of Cyberspace
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Background: Today, the imperative of the rule of ethics is goodwill on the legal effects of cyberspace such as the Internet, Instagram, Telegram, YouTube, WhatsApp, and so on. Because, the many problems caused by these legal acts have made the relations of individuals vague and controversial. It requires the introduction of a new model of the application of ethics in cyberspace. In this way, the use of the legal good faith ethics in legal examples of cyberspace is examined.
Conclusion: Wide virtual networks should display a variety of aspects of good ethics based on good faith. In such a space, the laws and regulations for securing and upholding morality in a global, diverse and broader range of traditional classical laws are. The notion of good faith in the creation of cyberspace culture is based on the need to observe the ethical spirit of obligations, responsibilities, protections and special protection. This theory fosters our understanding of the challenges of traditional cyber legal effects and overcomes conflicts.
Keywords: Ethical goodwill, Legal effects of cyberspace, Culture of cyberspace, Special protection, Traditional laws
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Special
Received: 2020/03/3 | Accepted: 2020/03/3 | Published: 2020/03/3
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Goodwill in the Legal Works of Cyberspace. Ethics in science and Technology. 2020; 14 (5) :53-59
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