Talk for Wiki Project "Cyber War Sourcebook"

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    It takes a prohibitively long time for updates, changes, additions, or corrections to be approved for this project. That is a strong disincentive for public participation or even maintenance.

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    The impetus for the project was the posture of Trump’s White House in the face of ongoing, politically motivated, computer security issues. It was intended to be expanded and broadened, but (I think) it should remain a collection of reliable primary sources.

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    This whole article is from our side’s point of view. We need to know the other side’s point of view to have a real discussion even though I/we disagree with them.
    We now have “stuff” about what the Russians and North Korea’s et al do. How about the dirty tricks we do? There must be some. We can’t be all white hat.

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    Hi, I am currently following a class called International Law of Military Operations. We apply and discuss the Tallinn manual (2013) regarding legal interpretations on the effects of cyber operation. You might want to take a look at it.

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      DU
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      Thanks for the good suggestion Hugo, will take a look at that now.

      And, by all means, add in interesting material from your class here too.

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      The Tallinn Manual is referenced within the NATO material, but it does not appear to be a free on-line resource. It can be ordered from Cambridge University Press, however.

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    Is someone going to update these edits?

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      DU
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      Many thanks for this Joseph. Done now

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      You could also do it yourself… what I recommend is that if the edits are minor, feel free to update it yourself, whereas if you are making big changes, it is always good to get a second pair of eyes on it!

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        Thank you, but I’m not aware that I can approve my changes myself . . .

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