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=== How does the analysis in the Toolkit relate to real life? ===
 
=== How does the analysis in the Toolkit relate to real life? ===
 
Virtually all scenarios are accompanied by a list of real-world examples. The scenarios are hypothetical, but there are many similarities between the hypothetical facts and the real incidents. The Toolkit aims to make the legal analysis in the individual scenarios easily adaptable to existing and future real-life incidents.
 
Virtually all scenarios are accompanied by a list of real-world examples. The scenarios are hypothetical, but there are many similarities between the hypothetical facts and the real incidents. The Toolkit aims to make the legal analysis in the individual scenarios easily adaptable to existing and future real-life incidents.
=== Does the Toolkit represent the official views of the partner institutions? ===
 
No. The Toolkit does not represent the views of any of the partner institutions. The analysis in the Toolkit only reflects the views of the authors of the relevant content and it does not aspire to represent the views of any of the organizations that the authors are, or have been, affiliated with.
 
 
=== Does the Toolkit reflect the approach of a certain country or legal school to international law? ===
 
=== Does the Toolkit reflect the approach of a certain country or legal school to international law? ===
No. The starting point of the Toolkit is that, as a matter of principle, international law does apply to the conduct in cyberspace. This reflects the currently existing broad consensus in the international community as well as in the scholarly writing. Beyond this foundational assumption, the analysis in the Toolkit only reflects the views of the authors of the relevant content and it does not aspire to represent any particular country or school of thought.  
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No. The starting point of the Toolkit is that, as a matter of principle, international law does apply to the conduct in cyberspace. This reflects the currently existing broad consensus in the international community as well as in the scholarly writing. Beyond this foundational assumption, the analysis in the Toolkit only reflects the views of the authors of the relevant content and does not aspire to represent any particular country or school of thought.  
 
== Usage FAQ ==
 
== Usage FAQ ==
 
=== How do I use the Toolkit? ===
 
=== How do I use the Toolkit? ===

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