Panel: Cybercrimes and the Domestication of International Criminal Law

5 Santa Clara Journal of International Law 2 (2007)

U of Houston Law Center No. 2014-A-41

13 Pages Posted: 14 Jun 2014

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Jordan J. Paust

University of Houston Law Center

Date Written: June 12, 2014

Abstract

This panel discussion addresses several international legal issues relevant to cyber-attacks and cybercrime – in particular, jurisdiction, enforcement, privacy, security, terrorism, laws of war, and self-defense. Also identified is the jurisdiction of four states: state of origin, storage state, transfer state, and target state.

Keywords: armed attack, computer, crime, cyber-attack, cybercrime, enforcement, European Convention, extradition, First Amendment, Fourth Amendment, international law, jurisdiction, law of war, military target, national security, privacy, security, self-defense, state of origin, storage state, target state

Suggested Citation

Paust, Jordan J., Panel: Cybercrimes and the Domestication of International Criminal Law (June 12, 2014). 5 Santa Clara Journal of International Law 2 (2007), U of Houston Law Center No. 2014-A-41, Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2449366

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