Tallinn, Hacking, and Customary International Law

@article{Ghappour2017TallinnHA,
  title={Tallinn, Hacking, and Customary International Law},
  author={Ahmed Ghappour},
  journal={AJIL Unbound},
  year={2017},
  volume={111},
  pages={224 - 228}
}
Tallinn 2.0 grapples with the application of general international law principles through various hypothetical fact patterns addressed by its experts. In doing so, its commentary sections provide a nonbinding framework for thinking about sovereignty, raising important considerations for states as they begin to articulate norms to resolve the question of precisely what kinds of nonconsensual cyber activities violate well-established international laws—a question that will likely be the focus of… 
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