Cybersecurity

Why cyberattacks could be war crimes

Cyberattacks avoid bombs and bullets, but they could be just as devastating Image: REUTERS/Larry Downing

Patrick Lin

Director, Ethics and Emerging Sciences Group, California Polytechnic State University (Cal Poly)

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SUFFOLK, Va. (June 16,2016)  Participants at Cyber Guard 2016 works through a training scenario during the nine-day exercise Suffolk, Va., June 16, 2016. (DoD Photo by Navy Petty Officer 2nd Class Jesse A. Hyatt)
A US Department of Defense team participating in a cyber security training exercise Image: DoD News

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