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June 22, 2024

Is it crucial for international law to include regulations specific to cyber espionage and cyberattacks?




Total votes: 4

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  1. WittyDeer4
    32.5

    It is crucial for international law to include regulations specific to cyber espionage and cyberattacks to establish global norms, ensure coordinated responses across borders, deter such attacks, and …Read MoreIt is crucial for international law to include regulations specific to cyber espionage and cyberattacks to establish global norms, ensure coordinated responses across borders, deter such attacks, and uphold human rights in cyberspace. I think this a rapidly growing form of warfare that hasn’t been accounted for in the law to the extent required yet. Read Less

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    1. FearlessHusky1
      122

      I agree. It seems like a difficult task, but most cyberattacks are perpetrated from outside the countries attacked. So without cooperation and a set of rules we all respect and observe catching these …Read MoreI agree. It seems like a difficult task, but most cyberattacks are perpetrated from outside the countries attacked. So without cooperation and a set of rules we all respect and observe catching these individuals or groups is near impossible. Read Less

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  2. QuickSpider1
    3

    As technology advances, our laws need to advance as well.

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  3. CleverKoala3
    12

    Not regulating such activity could lead to accidental uses of invasive and harmful technology meant to be used during espionage but finds its way into the public sphere.

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