Tallinn manual 2.0 on the international law applicable to cyber operations / general editor, Michael N. Schmitt.

2nd ed.
Cambridge, England ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2017.
xli, 598 p.
Prepared by the international group of experts at the invitation of the NATO Cooperative Cyber Defence Centre of Excellence--T.p.
Bibliography, etc. note:
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Formatted contents note
Part I. General International Law and Cyberspace: 1. Sovereignty; 2. Due diligence; 3. Jurisdiction; 4. Law of international responsibility; 5. Cyber operations not per se regulated by international law; 6. International human rights law; 7. Diplomatic and consular law; 8. Law of the sea; 9. Air law; 10. Space law; 11. International telecommunication law; Part II. International Peace and Security and Cyber Activities: 12. Peaceful settlement; 13. Prohibition of intervention; 14. The use of force; 15. Collective security; Part III. The Law of Cyber Armed Conflict: 16. The law of armed conflict generally; 17. Conduct of hostilities; 18. Certain persons, objects and activities; 19. Occupation; 20. Neutrality.
Call number:
347.8 T355 [18-5-2300115732]

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