The regulation of cyber-operations in international law


In the near absence of a specific "cyber-treaty", it has often been suggested that existing rules -- e.g. sovereignty, the UN Charter, human rights or the laws of war -- may apply to cyber-operations. The objective of this course consists in revisiting these arguments and modes of interpretation, to determine if there is any certainty regarding the regulation of cyber-threats. 

Dr. Thibault Moulin is a Lecturer at the Catholic University of Lyon. His research focuses on the regulation of new technologies by international law, in particular cyber-operations and human enhancement.

He holds a PhD in Law from the University of Manchester and a French Doctorate from the University of Grenoble, and was a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.

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