Protecting the global information space in times of armed conflict

@article{Lahmann2020ProtectingTG,
  title={Protecting the global information space in times of armed conflict},
  author={Henning Lahmann},
  journal={International Review of the Red Cross},
  year={2020},
  volume={102},
  pages={1227 - 1248}
}
  • Henning Lahmann
  • Published 1 December 2020
  • Political Science
  • International Review of the Red Cross
Abstract The legal implications of information activities in the context of armed conflict against the background of the digital transformation have so far received only scarce attention. This article aims to fill this gap by exposing some of the legal issues arising in relation to mis- and disinformation tactics during armed conflict in order to provide a starting point for further debate in this respect. Specifically, it explores the existence and content of existing limits imposed by… 
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