cyberconflicts love


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  • noun Plural form of cyberconflict.


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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.

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  • In 1999, the Defense Department authored a comprehensive and detailed assessment of the international legal issues associated with cyberconflicts.

    Opinio Juris

  • 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.

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