Ready to move on to part two of our class, digital citizens? As a quick reminder, this two-part Digital Peace Now University (DPNU) lesson features Temple University Law School Professor Duncan B. Hollis examining the challenges of applying international law in cyberspace through his peculiar mind map (based on his Council on Foreign Relations piece). Part two of this lesson correlates the procedural and transparency challenges of international law in cyberspace to “The Law of the Horse” and the famous song “The Sounds of Silence,” respectively.
Check out part two of Digital Peace Now University’s Duncan Hollis lecture below:
Want to dig deeper into how leaders around the world are approaching international law in cyberspace? Check out some of the resources Professor Hollis mentions here:
- The Oxford Process on International Law Protections in Cyberspace
- The Tallinn Manual on the International Law Applicable to Cyber Operations
- What the Digital Geneva Convention means for the future of humanitarian action
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Stay tuned for our next lesson!