Cyber Espionage and International Law
Cyberspace has emerged as an indispensable feature of modern life. All actors within the international system now rely upon cyberspace in order to maximise their potential and perform their manifold activities. Although it goes without saying that this highly interconnected and instantaneous environment yields enormous benefits, cyberspace has also become the repository of significant threats and vulnerabilities. The overarching research objective of this book is to critically examine the protection afforded by international law to state and non-state actors from cyber espionage.
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