Feb 1, 2019
The United Nations told a group of experts to devise a set of rules for countries to adopt that would prohibit anyone or any state from attacking another country with cyber war. Unfortunately, it seems that not all countries want such a treaty or international law limiting aggression online. What do you think should be done next? Try again?
https://youtu.be/9qtwkkvYWGg (Video version 14 May 2018)
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