Project of the Association “Information Spetsnaz”
Considering the importance of the information space for the realization of the goals of the United Nations (hereinafter referred to as the UN), taking into account the resolution of the UN General Assembly A / RES / 65/41 of December 8, 2010, “Advances in the field of information and communications in the context of international security” Have agreed as follows:
1.The purpose of this Charter is to counteract the use of information technologies for the violation of international peace and security, the creation of an international information space, which is characterized by peace, cooperation and harmony.
2. As the main threats in the international information space, leading to the violation of international peace and security, the following are considered:
1) use of information technologies and means for carrying out hostile acts and acts of aggression, including using global media and social media;
2) actions in the international information space with the aim of undermining the military-political, financial-economic and social systems of another state, external negative information-psychological impact on the population, including using global media and social media;
3) use of the international information space by state and non-state structures, organizations, groups and individuals for terrorist and other criminal purposes;
4) the cross-border distribution of misinformation and so-called “fake” information, which is contrary to the principles and norms of international law, as well as national laws of the states;
5) use of global media and social media to disseminate information that incites interethnic, interracial and sectarian enmity, materials, images or any other representation of ideas or theories that promote, incite or incite to hatred, discrimination or violence against any person or group of individuals, if, as a pretext, factors based on race, skin color, national or ethnic origin, and religion are used for this;
6) manipulation of information flows in the information space of other states, disinformation and concealment of information with the purpose of distorting the psychological and spiritual environment of society, the erosion of traditional cultural, spiritual, moral, ethical and aesthetic values.
3.Activity of each UN member state and global media in the international information space should be based on five basic principles:
1) Dialogue of civilizations.
2) Friendship of peoples.
3) Good deeds.
4) Spiritual sovereignty.
5) Dignity of the individual and the people.
4. States Parties to the United Nations resolve conflicts in the international information space, primarily through negotiation, or other peaceful means of their choice in such a way that international peace and security are not endangered.
5. In order to counteract the use of the international information space for terrorist purposes, the UN member states:
1) take measures to counteract the use of the international information space for terrorist purposes and recognize for this the need for joint, decisive action;
2) will seek to develop common approaches to stop the functioning of global media and Internet resources that promote terrorist activities.
6. Each state party to this Charter undertakes not to help, not to encourage and counteract the actions of international information terrorism, including misinformation campaigns, using global media and social media.
7. The participating States of this Charter undertake to cooperate in the field of information incidents by reporting them and clarifying them to the special Center for Strategic Analysis to Combat Information Terrorism under the UN Security Council.
“Information incident” means the unintended impact of the state on the information environment of the society of the state party to this Charter, which has led to negative consequences.