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Cyber Espionage and International Law
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Cyber Espionage and International Law
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Cyber espionage and international law 2019
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341.3
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Intro; Acknowledgements; Table of Contents; Table of Cases; Table of Instruments; Introduction; 1. Background; 2. The Argument; 3. Chapter Overview; 1. Defining Cyber Espionage; 1. Introduction; 2. The Intelligence Community; 3. Cyber Espionage: The Copying of Confidential Data; 4. Close and Remote Access Cyber Espionage; 5. Secrecy and Cyber Espionage; 6. Non-Consensual Information Gathering; 7. Political and Economic Cyber Espionage and the Role of State and Non-State Actors; 8. Cyber Espionage and International Law; 9. Peacetime Cyber Espionage; 10. Conclusion ; 2. Cyber Espionage and International Peace and Security1. Introduction; 2. Political Cyber Espionage; 3. Economic Cyber Espionage; 4. Conclusion; 3. Cyber Espionage and the Rules of Territorial Sovereignty, Non-Intervention and the Non-Use of Force; 1. Introduction; 2. The Rule of Territorial Sovereignty; 3. The Rule of Non-Intervention; 4. The Prohibition on the Use of Force; 5. Conclusion; 4. Cyber Espionage and Diplomatic and Consular Law; 1. Introduction; 2. Cyber Espionage Against Diplomatic Missions and Consular Posts ; 3. The Use of Diplomatic Missions and Consular Posts for Cyber Espionage4. Conclusion; 5. Cyber Espionage and International Human Rights Law; 1. Introduction; 2. The Extraterritorial Application of Human Rights Treaties; 3. The Right to Privacy; 4. Restricting the Right to Privacy; 5. Conclusion; 6. Economic Cyber Espionage and the World Trade Organization; 1. Introduction; 2. Economic Cyber Espionage as a WTO 'Measure'; 3. Nullification or Impairment of a Benefit; 4. Substantive Obligations under WTO Law; 5. Non-Violation Complaints; 6. Conclusion ; 7. Cyber Espionage and the Existence of Customary International Law Exceptions1. Introduction; 2. Customary International Law; 3. State Practice; 4. Opinio Juris; 5. Conclusion; 8. Cyber Espionage and the Doctrines of Self-Defence and Necessity; 1. Introduction; 2. The Doctrine of Self-Defence; 3. The Doctrine of Necessity; 4. Conclusion; Conclusion; Bibliography; Index
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978-1-78225-735-6
1-78225-735-7
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