Cyber operations provides an excellent overview of the international laws applicable to cyber attacks a term of art and will make its readers think twice about how they use cyber terminology it is meticulously researched with a whopping 1807 footnotes and cites leading authorities on the law of armed conflict as well as on international . Cyber operations and the use of force in international law has 1 rating and 0 reviews the internet has changed the rules of many industries and war is . Provides a comprehensive understanding of the international legal rules applicable to cyber attacks examines whether cyber attacks can ever meet the threshold of armed conflict and to what extent rules of international humanitarian law apply to cyber operations investigates whether a computer . The abovementioned prohibition of the threat or use of force is binding not only the member states of the un as treaty law but also the few non member states because of its status as customary law as asserted by the international court of justice. The book addresses questions such as whether a cyber operation amounts to a use of force and if so whether the victim state can exercise its right of self defence whether cyber operations trigger the application of international humanitarian law what rules must be followed in the conduct of cyber hostilities how neutrality is affected by
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