Rules of war do not address cyber warfare

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The rules of conventional war are supposed to be well-defined. For example, no attacks on humanitarian workers. But what would happen in the event of a cyber attack on humanitarian workers? As technology evolves– the rules of war, largely, have not. CCTV’s Sean Callebs investigates in our series “Code War.

Also, the International Workshop on Information and Cyber Security has opened in Beijing. In addition to experts, representative of more than 25 countries, the UN Office of Disarmament Affairs, the International Telecommunication Union and other UN agencies are attending the workshop. CCTV’s Su Yuting also contributes to this report.

Rules of war do not address cyber warfare

Rules of war do not address cyber warfare

The rules of conventional war are supposed to be well-defined. For example, no attacks on humanitarian workers. But what would happen in the event of a cyberattack on humanitarian workers? As technology evolves-- the rules of war, largely, have not. CCTV's Sean Callebs investigates in our series "Code War.
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