New Zealand yearbook of international law, Vol. 14, 2016, p. 94-133 ; tabl.
This article seeks to add to the scholarship on cyber warfare and intervention by considering whether the law of conventional blockades and zones can apply to the same cyber tactics, and if not, what the law of cyber blockades and zones otherwise ought to be. The author underlines the importance of ascertaining the law of cyber blockades and zones, because their use has been documented and they are likely to become more prevalent in the future as states look for low-risk, low-cost ways to conduct or support war efforts, or intervene in the affairs of other states.
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