Article 110 The State recognizes the public interest in science, technology, knowledge, innovation and its applications, as well as the necessary information services, as fundamental instruments for the economic, social and political development of the country, as well as for national security and sovereignty. For the promotion and development of these activities, the State shall provide adequate resources and establish the national system of science and technology in accordance with the law. The private sector will have to provide them with resources. The State guarantees respect for the ethical and legal principles that should apply to scientific, humanistic and technological research activities. The law determines the means of complying with this guarantee. Article 76 Access to public performances, halls and exhibition venues. All children and young people have access to public performances, venues and venues where productions are classified as age-appropriate. The purpose of this Legislative Decree is to grant and recognize the effectiveness and legal value of the electronic signature, the data message and all comprehensible information in electronic form, regardless of their material medium, attributable to natural or legal persons, public or private, as well as to regulate everything related to certification service providers and electronic certificates. Article 32 University education deepens the process of integral and sustainable education of critical citizens, reflective or reflective, sensitive and engaged or engaged, socially and ethically with the development of the country initiated at the previous levels of education. Its function is the creation, dissemination, socialization, production, appropriation and preservation of knowledge in society as well as the stimulation of intellectual and cultural creation in all its forms. Its purpose is to train professionals and researchers of the highest quality and to promote their constant updating and improvement, with the aim of creating solid foundations that, in the humanistic, scientific and technological field, represent a support for the autonomous, independent and sovereign progress of the country in all fields. As students and practicing professionals, it is our responsibility to contribute to the development and comprehensive education of students, for this we must rely on the legal framework and always be informed of the different laws and regulations in the context of computer science and education.
The National Public Administration will mainly use free software developed with open standards in its IT systems, projects and services. To this end, all organs and organs of the National Public Administration will initiate the processes of gradual and progressive migration of these to Free Software, developed with Open Standards. Article 70 Messages from the media in accordance with the needs of children and young people. National, state and local news media are required to broadcast messages aimed exclusively at children and young people who meet their information needs, including: education, culture, science, arts, recreation and sports. They should also promote the dissemination of the rights, guarantees and obligations of children and young people. Article 109 The State recognizes university autonomy as a principle and hierarchy that allows professors, professors, students and graduates of its community to devote themselves to the search for knowledge through scientific, humanistic and technological research for the spiritual and material benefit of the nation. Autonomous universities receive their rules for the management, operation and effective management of their assets under the control and supervision established by law for this purpose. Academic autonomy is rooted in the planning, organization, development and updating of research, teaching and expansion programs.
The inviolability of the university campus is established. The use of ODF and PDF file formats, as well as the minimum functionalities of the Public Administration (PA) Web Portals, have the legal support that guarantees the governance of IT in the PA. Article 28 In order to maintain young people`s access to and sustainability in the education system, the State shall optimise evening and distance learning through the use of information technology and any other tool that strengthens non-face-to-face studies. The LOPNA mentions the proper use of information and communication technologies in its articles 70, 71, 72, 73, 74, 75, 76. Article 74 Packaging for media containing information and images unsuitable for children and young people. Printed or audio-visual media, books, publications, videos, illustrations, photographs, readings and columns that are not suitable for children and youth must have packaging that seals their contents and a warning that informs about them. If the covers or packaging of these covers contain pornographic information or images, they must be packed in an opaque manner. Article 72 Programmes for children and young people.
Broadcasters and television organizations are required to present programmes of the highest quality for informational, educational, artistic, cultural and entertainment purposes, intended exclusively for the public of children and young people, for at least three hours a day, during which one hour must correspond to a national programme of the highest quality. Our Magna Carta supports the new technologies and technological development of the nation, which can be seen in the following articles: Official Gazette 39.109 – Technical Standards for the Open Format of ODF PDF Documents and Web Portals of NPC Article 108. Social media, both public and private, must contribute to the education of citizens. The State guarantees public radio, television, library and computer networks universal access to information. Educational centers must integrate the knowledge and application of new technologies, their innovations, in accordance with the requirements set by law. Article 73 Promotion to creation, production and dissemination of information for children and young people. The State should promote the creation, production and dissemination of information materials, books, publications, artistic works and audiovisual, radio and multimedia productions for children and young people, of the highest quality and plurality and which promote the values of peace, democracy, freedom, tolerance, equality between persons and sexes and respect for their fathers. Mother, representative or guardian and their national and cultural identity. Computer crime: “All these illegal behaviors that can be punished by law and that make abusive use of computer resources. Article 22 Public and private enterprises are obliged to provide facilities, services, technical and professional personnel for the implementation and development of programmes in the fields of training in liberating work, internship plans for students of general secondary education and intermediate technical universities, bachelor`s and postgraduate universities and in the modalities of the education system.