- Symposium: Tallinn Manual 2.0 on the International Law Applicable to Cyber Operations
- William Banks, State Responsibility and Attribution of Cyber Intrusions After Tallinn 2.0
- Robert E. Barnsby & Shane R. Reeves, Give Them an Inch, They'll Take a Terabyte: How States May Interpret Tallinn Manual 2.0's International Human Rights Chapter
- Rebecca Ingber, Interpretation Catalysts in Cyberspace
- Eric Talbot Jensen & Sean Watts, A Cyber Duty of Due Diligence: Gentle Civilizer or Crude Destabilizer?
- Jens David Ohlin, Did Russian Cyber Interference in the 2016 Election Violate International Law?
- Dinah PoKempner, Squinting Through the Pinhole: A Dim View of Human Rights from Tallinn 2.0
- Chistian Schaller, Beyond Self-Defense and Countermeasures: A Critical Assessment of the Tallinn Manual's Conception of Necessity
- Michael N. Schmitt & Liis Vihul, Respect from Sovereignty in Cyberspace
Thursday, July 6, 2017
Symposium: Tallinn Manual 2.0 on the International Law Applicable to Cyber Operations
The latest issue of the Texas Law Review (Vol. 95, no. 7, June 2017) contains a symposium on "Tallinn Manual 2.0 on the International Law Applicable to Cyber Operations." Contents include: