Corresponding evolution : international law and the emergence of cyber warfare
by Bradley Raboin
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Journal of the national association of administrative law judiciary, Vol. 31, no. 2, Fall 2011, p. 602-668
The purpose of this comment is to consider how cyber warfare is currently addressed by international laws and the degree to which those laws remain both applicable and effective. The analysis proceeds in three Parts: Part I discusses the historical development of cyber warfare and its increasing usage in modem conflicts. Part II considers the applicability of current international laws to the realm of cyber warfare, and Part III considers broad changes needed within the international law paradigm to allow for the effective regulation of cyber warfare.
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