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Law and Disorder

South Korean official at cyberattacks briefing

An official gives a press briefing about cyberattacks at the National Police Agency in Seoul, South Korea on July 8, 2009. South Korean intelligence officials believe North Korea or pro-Pyongyang forces in South Korea are responsible for the disruptive cy

Credit: AP Photo / Yyonhap, Hwang Kwang-Mo

International law has always been a murky and Byzantine area. However, the Internet and digital technology have raised the stakes, the risks, and the challenges.

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