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Author Kriangsak Kittichaisaree, 1958-
Title Public international law of cyberspace / Kriangsak Kittichaisaree.
Imprint Cham : Springer, 2017.

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Author Kriangsak Kittichaisaree, 1958-
Series Law, Governance and technology series ; volume 32
Law, governance and technology series ; v. 32.
Subject Cyberspace -- Legal status, laws, etc.
Electronic commerce -- Law and legislation.
Internet -- Legal status, laws, etc.
Description 1 online resource.
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Contents Preface; Contents; Abbreviations; Table of Cases; A. International Jurisprudence; 1. PCIJ; 2. ICJ; 3. ECJ; 4. ECtHR; 5. ICTY; 6. International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda; 7. Special Court for Sierra Leone; 8. International Criminal Court; 9. Special Tribunal for Lebanon; 10. US Military Tribunal at Nuremberg; International Arbitration; National Court Judgments; Table of National Legislation; Belgium; Brazil; Canada; China; France; Georgia; Germany; Hong Kong; India; Italy; The Netherlands; Republic of Korea; Russia; Sweden; Switzerland; Thailand; UK; USA; EU
Table of International InstrumentsChapter 1: Introduction: Perspectives of Various Stakeholders and Challenges for International Law; 1.1 Perspectives of Stakeholders; 1.2 General Introduction to Public International Law; 1.3 Food for Thought; Chapter 2: Jurisdiction and Attribution of State Responsibility in Cyberspace; 2.1 Jurisdiction ; 2.2 Attribution of State Responsibility; 2.2.1 ILC's Draft Articles on State Responsibility; 2.2.2 Standard(s) of Proof; 2.2.3 Attribution and International Organizations, Such As NATO; Chapter 3: Regulation of Cyberspace and Human Rights
3.1 General Background3.2 Human Rights in Cyberspace; 3.2.1 Privacy and Related Rights; Personal Data Protection; Transborder Data Flows; 3.2.2 Right to the Freedom of Expression; 3.2.3 Anonymity and the Right to Be Forgotten; 3.3 Exceptions; 3.3.1 European Practice; In Accordance with the Law/Legality; Legitimate Aim and Necessity; Reasonableness and Proportionality; 3.3.2 US Practice; 3.3.3 Some Examples of Practice in Other Global Regions
3.4 Territorial Scope of Human Rights Protection and Extraterritorial Jurisdiction Regarding Search Warrants and Other Law Enforcement Measures3.5 Food for Thought; Chapter 4: Cyber Warfare; 4.1 Cyberattack; 4.2 Cyber Warfare; 4.3 Cyber Weapons; 4.4 Use of Force Under International Law; 4.5 Armed Attack and the Right of Self-Defence; 4.6 Self-Defence Against Non-State Actors; 4.7 Countermeasures; 4.8 Necessity; 4.9 Reprisals; 4.10 Retorsion; 4.11 Neutrality in Cyberspace; 4.12 Cyber Disarmament
Chapter 5: Application of the Law of Armed Conflict, Including International Humanitarian Law, In Cyberspace5.1 The Law of Armed Conflict/International Humanitarian Law; 5.2 International Armed Conflict; 5.3 Non-international Armed Conflict; 5.4 War Crime of Terrorism; 5.5 Food for Thought; Chapter 6: Cyber Espionage; 6.1 Modus Operandi; 6.2 Targets; 6.3 International Law on Espionage; 6.4 Food for Thought; Chapter 7: Cyber Crimes; 7.1 Cyber Crimes: The Challenges; 7.2 Budapest Convention: Model for Universal Suppression of Cyber Crimes; 7.3 Beyond the Budapest Convention
Summary This compact, highly engaging book examines the international legal regulation of both the conduct of States among themselves and conduct towards individuals, in relation to the use of cyberspace. Chapters introduce the perspectives of various stakeholders and the challenges for international law. The author discusses State responsibility and key cyberspace rights issues, and takes a detailed look at cyber warfare, espionage, crime and terrorism. The work also covers the situation of non-State actors and quasi-State actors (such as IS, or ISIS, or ISIL) and concludes with a consideration of future prospects for the international law of cyberspace. Readers may explore international rules in the areas of jurisdiction of States in cyberspace, responsibility of States for cyber activities, human rights in the cyber world, permissible responses to cyber attacks, and more. Other topics addressed include the rules of engagement in cyber warfare, suppression of cyber crimes, permissible limits of cyber espionage, and suppression of cyber-related terrorism. Chapters feature explanations of case law from various jurisdictions, against the background of real-life cyber-related incidents across the globe. Written by an internationally recognized practitioner in the field, the book objectively guides readers through on-going debates on cyber-related issues against the background of international law. This book is very accessibly written and is an enlightening read. It will appeal to a wide audience, from international lawyers to students of international law, military strategists, law enforcement officers, policy makers and the lay person. .
Note Online resource; title from PDF title page (EBSCO, viewed March 16, 2017).
ISBN 9783319546575 (electronic bk.)
3319546570 (electronic bk.)
ISBN/ISSN 10.1007/978-3-319-54657-5
OCLC # 974641990
Additional Format Original 3319546562 9783319546568 (OCoLC)971048764