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DOD's report concluded that, at the time, it was "premature" to devise new rules for cyberspace, instead relying on analogies to existing international law as the source of norms for cyberconflicts.
In 1999, the Defense Department authored a comprehensive and detailed assessment of the international legal issues associated with cyberconflicts.
In the end, I fear that absent some understanding of what rules apply to cyberspace specifically, there's a risk of unintended escalation in cyberconflicts where the United States and its adversary operate with different default presumptions about the appropriate regime (i.e. a Chinese cyberattack China views as falling short of an armed attack is treated by the United States as an armed attack, leading to a U.S.