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Do we need a Geneva convention for cyber warfare?

We should worry about the fact that cyber wars are not dealt with by traditional morality and laws of war, according to military ethicist Randall R. Dipert, PhD at the University of Buffalo.

Cyber attacks are nothing new. In 1982, the US reportedly sabotaged the Siberian pipeline through a logic bomb planted in software, causing an explosion. More recently we have seen the likes of Stuxnet, the nuclear plant worm that the Iranians have blamed on Israel and the US.

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