Tuesday, March 24, 2015

Ohlin, Govern, & Finkelstein: Cyber War: Law and Ethics for Virtual Conflicts

Jens David Ohlin (Cornell Univ. - Law), Kevin Govern (Ave Maria School of Law), & Claire Finkelstein (Univ. of Pennsylvania - Law & Philosophy) have published Cyber War: Law and Ethics for Virtual Conflicts (Oxford Univ. Press 2015). Contents include:
  • Jens David Ohlin, Kevin Govern, & Claire Finkelstein, Introduction
  • Jonathan M. Smith & Christopher S. Yoo, Cyberwar: What, Why, How, and Who
  • Larry May, The Nature of War and the Idea of Cyberwar
  • James Cook, Is There Anything Morally Special about Cyberwar?
  • Laurie Blank, The Legal Rhetoric of Cyber-Conflict
  • Claire Finkelstein & Kevin Govern, Sovereignty & Cyberwarfare: First through Fifth Dimension Concepts of Persons and States
  • Duncan Hollis, A Duty to Hack?
  • Jens David Ohlin, Cyber-Causation
  • Nicolò Bussolati, Hackers at War: The Role of Civilians in Cyber-Warfare
  • Stuart MacDonald, Precursor Offences, Remote Harms, & Cyber-Attacks
  • Derek Jinks, Cyber Exceptionalism and the Law of War
  • Sean Kanuck, Cyber Insecurity: Technology, Law, and Ethics in a Networked World
  • James Cartwright, Strategic Depth in the Fifth Dimension