581 Computer Law And Administration

581 Computer Law And Administration

  • Study programme and level: Master’s joint study programme Management in Administration 2nd Cycle
  • 2nd year
  • 7 ECTS
  • Course type: proffesional elective
  • Lectures: 21
  • Seminar: 11
  • Other study activities: 118
  • Individual work: 60
  • Language: English, Serbian, Slovene
  • Lecturer: Mirjana Drakulić, PhD


1. Content (Syllabus outline)

Administration, law and regulation.
The data and its protection - data types and databases. The data in the public sector.
Electronic Documents. Intellectual property rights - forms, principles, treatment, problems, legal regime. Administrative databases as intellectual property and protection. E-business administration. The legal framework and principles, regulation. Computer and Cyber Crime. Concept, characteristics and forms. Regulation. Computer Forensics and Cyber.
Types of data in government and public sector. The integrity of Use. The rights and obligations of the parties.Electronic document, administrative procedures. Fields of application, the authenticity and integrity, usingthe procedures. Monitoring the flow of electronic documents. Electronic Contracts - validity, evidentiarystrength, authenticity. Digital evidence and their admissibility. Investigative and judicial procedures and processes.

2. Readings


  • DRAKULIĆ M., Osnovi Kompjuterskog prava, Društvo operacionih istraživača Jugoslavije – DOPIS, Beograd, 1995., 499 str.
  • Federal Government Information Technology: Electronic Record Systems And Individual Privacy, Books LLC, 2011.
  • MARSDEN C. T., Internet Co-Regulation: European Law, Regulatory Governance and Legitimacy in Cyberspace, Cambridge University Press, 2011.
  • MURRAY A., Information Technology Law: The law and Society, Oxford University Press, 2010.
  • KERR O.S., Computer Crime Law, American Casebook, West, 2009.
  • REED C., ANGEL J., Computer Law, 2007.
  • JOVANOVIĆ S., DRAKULIĆ M., DRAKULIĆ R., Computer Security Development in Serbia, will be published in Metalurgia International, no 4-2013. – časopis je na SCI listi


  • SUBOTIČKI D., Dostupnost informacija od javnog značaja u srpskom i evropskom pravu, Službeni glasnik, Beograd, 2011.
  • MLADENOVIĆ D., DRAKULIĆ M., JOVANOVIĆ D., Medjunarodno pravo i cyber ratovanje, Vojno delo, godina LXIII, proleće/2012. str. 9–39.
  • MLADENOVIĆ D., DRAKULIĆ M., JOVANOVIĆ D., Neutralnost i cyber ratovanje, Beograd, Vojno delo, godina LXIII, јеsen/2011, str. 189 – 220.
  • MLADENOVIĆ D., JOVANOVIĆ D, DRAKULIĆ M., Tehnološki, vojni i društveni preduslovi cyber ratovanja, Vojnotehnički glasnik, godina LX, br. 1, januar – mart 2012, str. 70 – 98.
  • DRAKULIĆ M, DRAKULIĆ R, Evropska perspektiva regulisanja Internet usluga: izazov tradicionalnom evropskom pravu, Telekomunikacije, br. 6/2010., www.telekomunikacije.rs/arhiva_brojeva/sesti_broj.337.html
  • DRAKULIĆ M., DRAKULIĆ R., Elektronska uprava i zloupotrebe, Pravni život, 2003, vol. 52, br. 9, str. 987-996.

3. Objectives and competences

Introducing students to the new branch of law and its application in the administration as Computer Law allows the transformation of traditional ways of using ICT. At the same time they are trained to solvemultidisciplinary problems of legal, administrative, technical, managerial, organizational nature.

Knowledge and understanding: demonstrate knowledge and understanding in the field of study, and master basic rules and techniques of administrative management activity, necessary for the proper and lawful exercise of its functions. Informed of the latest developments in the field of study.
Application of knowledge and understanding: He can apply this knowledge and understanding in a professional manner in their work or profession and is able to solve problems in the field of administrative work and argue about solution


4. Intended learning outcomes:

Knowledge and understanding:
Training for the implementation of new legal concepts, knowledge and skills including coordination, controland management activities related to electronic administrative processes and procedures.


5. Learning and teaching methods:

Students, in addition to the study of literature, research forms, characteristics, issues of computer law and its application in the administration. In teams they deal with the study (court) cases and conduct a comparativeanalysis of different administrative practices. By project designing they theoretically and applicatively solvespecific problems. Debates are for training in oral communication, clarity and precision and analyticalexpression in collecting data, facts and arguments. They debate on a particular topic with prepared andwritten arguments. Working in online workshops, forums and blogs. Using Moodle to activate students in an electronic environment.


6. Assessment

Type (examination, oral, coursework, project):

  • Active participation in lectures 20%
  • Case study 35%
  • Online activities 10%
  • Oral or written exam  35%