This resolution aims to create legislations in regulating the use of cyberattacks as a means of warfare. It does so by laying out various guidelines on the use of cyberattack, such as by defining targets which cannot be attacked, as well as forcing member states to limit the damage caused by the attack.
While the proposal is well-intentioned, problems with the definition of key terms, as well as the clunky wording of some of its clauses, has rendered the proposal ineffective. In its definition of cyberwarfare, the proposal fails to legislate against cyberattacks meant for the stealing of state secrets and sensitive data. The proposal also makes exceptions for cyberattacks against individuals directly employed by the state, which would potentially include teaching professionals and janitors for government facilities, given the current definition.
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