The position of International Law from Cyber Attack
Journal of college of Law for Legal and Political Sciences,
2018, Volume 7, Issue 24 part 2, Pages 402-428
AbstractThe cyber attack is extremely important for its disastrous effects on the state and its public facilities, as well as its direct impact on the country's civilian population, Electronic attack is the result of the development of society and the technical complexities that occurred after the technological revolution in the world, All the governmental and non-governmental facilities have been electronically managed, International legal systems initially do not deal with it as a threat to the security and sovereignty of the state, Nowadays, There is no way to get rid of this threat just to apply the rules of the Charter of the United Nations and some treaties on the law of space and armed conflicts to this new type of weapons, the resulting force exceeded in some of the affected country, such as Estonia, the power resulting from nuclear weapons, has led to almost complete disruption of all life facilities in these Countries.
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