Research Handbooks in International Law series
Edited by Nicholas Tsagourias and Russell Buchan
Chapter 15: Classifying cyber warfare
This chapter considers how the classification of armed conflict applies to cyber warfare. Classifying the particular conflict – in other words determining whether it is one fought between States or between a State and organized armed group or between such groups – is necessary to determine what body of law applies to the hostilities. The chapter considers whether the prospect of cyber warfare presents particular problems for classification.
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