This contribution offers some comments on the second part of the Tallin Manual dealing with jus in bello. The observations are limited to the methodology of drafting the Manual and to a few selected issues of substantive law that illustrate the dif?culties in applying LOAC to cyber operations: cyber operations as hostilities and the principle of distinction, limitations on cyber operations not amounting to attacks, military occupation and neutrality.
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