The vital role of international law in the framework for responsible state behaviour in cyberspace

Thursday 7 April 2022

Moynihan, Harriet. 2021. In Journal of Cyber Policy 6 (3): 394-410.

This article emphasises the need for a framework wherein norms in cyberspace can be established. It focuses on how some states’ cyberspace activities are either condemmed or legitimised by other states in the international community. In particular, it delves into a discussion of International Law and the two customary principles of sovereignty and non-intervention. Summed up, it calls for the development of international law to bring about peaceful interactions between states in the cyber realm.


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