Law and Ethics for Virtual Conflicts
Edited by Jens David Ohlin, Kevin Govern, and Claire Finkelstein
Table of Contents
PART I: FOUNDATIONAL QUESTIONS OF CYBERWAR
1. The Nature of War and the Idea of "Cyberwar"
2. Is There Anything Morally Special about Cyberwar?
James L Cook
3. Cyber Causation
Jens David Ohlin
PART II: CONCEPTUALIZING CYBER ATTACKS: THE CIVIL-MILITARY DIVIDE
4. Cyberterrorism and Enemy Criminal Law
5. Cyberwar versus Cyber Attack: The Role of Rhetoric in the Application of Law to Activities in Cyberspace
Laurie R Blank
6. The Rise of Non-State Actors in Cyberwarfare
PART III: CYBERSECURITY AND INTERNATIONAL HUMANITARIAN LAW: THE ETHICS OF HACKING AND SPYING
7. Re-Thinking the Boundaries of Law in Cyberspace: A Duty to Hack?
Duncan B Hollis
8. Cyber Espionage or Cyberwar?: International Law, Domestic Law, and Self-Protective Measures
Christopher S Yoo
9. Deception in the Modern, Cyber Battlespace
William H Boothby
PART IV: RESPONSIBILITY AND ATTRIBUTION IN CYBER ATTACKS
10. Evidentiary Issues in International Disputes Related to State Responsibility for Cyber Operations
11. Low-Intensity Cyber Operations and the Principle of Non-Intervention