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Currently, the Internet has become a public resource on a global scale and the management of its use is becoming one of the main issues of the information society. The management of the Internet encompasses both technical, organizational and political, including the legal aspect. The paper analyzes the current state of the legal regulation of the Internet. Regulatory legal acts of the state regulation of the Internet in the Republic of Belarus, Russian Federation and the Socialist Republic of Vietnam are considered. A comparative analysis is carried out. Proposals are given on the further development of legislation. It is proposed to develop a law with an approximate title "On the regulation of the global Internet."
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