To analyse the administrative responsibility of minors for in the remote learning process, by clarifying the rights and obLīgations of children, in distance learning process. The author with the grammatical interpretation method provides provides explanations, for example, for terms such as “hooLīganism”,“ICT”etc. On the other hand, the systemic method looks at the relationship between legal provisions, both national and international legislation, which governs the use of ICT for both teaching and the other meaning full purposes. The teleological method is used to characterize legislation governing the behavior of children and other rightholders in the virtual environment, the purpose and meaning of their responsibility Such a rapid transition from school-based learning to distance learning, with students at home at computers, posed challenges to the education system. Teachers began to make intensive use of the so-called distance learning methods, during which information and communication technologies are used - computers, printers, mobile phones, etc. Specialists in the field of education and psychology point out that the use of ICT has introduced risks. For example, that students tend to violate public order and also the rules of ICT use. There is a little research done in Latvian legal science about hooLīganism in the Internet environment. HooLīganism in a virtual environment during distance learning is considered a disruption of public order and would qualify as petty hooLīganism. Author to impose an administrative penalty, for example, for petty hooLīganism in the Internet or virtual environment, which, in the author's opinion, could be interfering with the teacher's work by posting inappropriate or vulgar, etc. content during an online lesson. In the author's opinion, such an activity could also be interpreted as a disturbance of educational institution work because it directly disturbs the course of the lesson.
- 3.4. Other publications in conference proceedings (including local)