Research handbook on international law and cyberspace
Cheltenham ; Northampton : E. Elgar, 2015
In this chapter Neil Rowe identifies various important ethical concerns unique to the use of cyber weapons. These include attribution, product tampering, unreliability, damage repair and collateral damage. He concludes that many of these concerns are intractable. As a result, he encourages the development of international treaties to restrict and regulate their use.