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Hacking Elections: An Act of War?

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Benjamin Dynkin, Barry Dynkin and Daniel Garrie write: Whether an action amounts to an Act of War under the international law of cyber warfare is a complex, intricate, legal question with serious political and military implications. It is not a vague, abstruse general term that can be filled with any meaning that might be politically expedient.

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