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===[[National position of the United States of America (2021)|United States of America (2021)]]===
 
===[[National position of the United States of America (2021)|United States of America (2021)]]===
 
“The United States recognizes that cyber activities in the context of an armed conflict may in certain circumstances constitute an “attack” for purposes of the application of the jus in bello rules that govern the conduct of hostilities, including the principles of humanity, necessity, proportionality, and distinction recognized in the 2015 GGE report."<ref>[https://front.un-arm.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/08/A-76-136-EN.pdf Official compendium of voluntary national contributions on the subject of how international law applies to the use of information and communications technologies by States], UNODA, A/76/136 (August 2021) 138.</ref><section end=National positions />
 
“The United States recognizes that cyber activities in the context of an armed conflict may in certain circumstances constitute an “attack” for purposes of the application of the jus in bello rules that govern the conduct of hostilities, including the principles of humanity, necessity, proportionality, and distinction recognized in the 2015 GGE report."<ref>[https://front.un-arm.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/08/A-76-136-EN.pdf Official compendium of voluntary national contributions on the subject of how international law applies to the use of information and communications technologies by States], UNODA, A/76/136 (August 2021) 138.</ref><section end=National positions />
 
== Appendixes ==
 
 
=== See also ===
 
* [[Scenario 20: Cyber operations against medical facilities]]
 
 
=== Notes and references ===
 
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=== Bibliography and further reading ===
 
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* MN Schmitt (ed), ''Tallinn Manual 2.0 on the International Law Applicable to Cyber Operations'' (CUP 2017)
 
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