The main aim of this paper is to analyse the proposal for a systemic approach to civil rights regulations conducted by legal instruments (Planning Outline for the Construction of an SCS and GDPR) and legal systems (PRC and EU). There is no common dimension of the concept of regulation. As a result, it is divided into three contexts of regulatory policy interpretation: procedural regulation, self-regulation, and meta-regulation. The socio-political aspects of regulations are based on the text of legal acts which, in the context of regulatory norms, are both politically motivated and the assumption behind political interpretation. The effect of regulation is a project of a model of society (a harmonious socialist society and an information society).