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Cyberwar is no longer at the centre of the discussion. Moreover, there is a need for a legal analysis of the more common cyber incidents that states encounter on a day-to-day basis and that fall below the thresholds of the use of force or armed conflict.
The article focuses on cyberattacks below these thresholds. It discusses the rights and duties that rise from state-sovereignty in cyberspace. Should governments take accountability for transnational malicious cyberattacks – even when they are performed by private actors?
(Article in German language)