The development of human civilisation led to a broad normalisation of human life. The legal system, however, must always uphold our inherent and inalienable human dignity, which means that law must be in service of the individual. The aim of the all pervading legal regulation is, generally, to ensure a harmonious socio-economic development and to facilitate the individual’s self-realisation. A function of law is, on the one hand, to fit the letter of the law to the reality and, on the other hand, to fit the reality to the letter of statutory law. A particular phenomenon which is subjected to juridification is technological progress by which human civilisation can be defined. It can lead to disruptions in functioning of the existing social, economic, political and other arrangements. Law deals with it in two aspects. Firstly, it regularises the arter-effects of the progress, including the threats it generates. Secondly, it deals with the progress itself as such.