State Information Policy and Internet Addiction Phenomenon in Russia and China

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According to the State Information Policy Concept of the Russian Federation, its long-term strategic aim is the building of democratic information-oriented society and the integration of Russia into the global information community. There are a number of challenges facing the states in the sphere of Internet regulation policy development. However, the campaign against various forms of internet addiction which are gradually gaining momentum has not been elaborated in detail. According to the author, the issue is urgent and requires further investigation as well as the development of countermeasures.


N A Tsoi

Far Eastern National University

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Email: tcoy_nadeshda@mail.ru

Центр по профилактике наркомании и деструктивных воздействий; Дальневосточный государственный университет; Far Eastern National University

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