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The overarching aim of this project is to promote knowledge and develop expertise among legal advisors and decision-makers confronted by the need to respond efficiently to the challenges posed by modern technology and cyber operations from the perspective of international law. The project strives to achieve this aim by developing, testing, publishing and disseminating an interactive toolkit for the primary benefit of non-academic end users, thus assisting legal advisors and decision-makers in understanding and assessing the law applicable to cyber operations. In short, the aim of the project is to create and maintain the resource that is in front of you right now – the Cyber Law Toolkit.
 
The overarching aim of this project is to promote knowledge and develop expertise among legal advisors and decision-makers confronted by the need to respond efficiently to the challenges posed by modern technology and cyber operations from the perspective of international law. The project strives to achieve this aim by developing, testing, publishing and disseminating an interactive toolkit for the primary benefit of non-academic end users, thus assisting legal advisors and decision-makers in understanding and assessing the law applicable to cyber operations. In short, the aim of the project is to create and maintain the resource that is in front of you right now – the Cyber Law Toolkit.
 
=== How is the project financed? ===
 
=== How is the project financed? ===
The pilot year of the project (2018/19) was financed from a grant from the UK’s Economic and Social Research Council (Impact Acceleration Account). All partner institutions have also provided in-kind contributions to the project.
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The pilot year of the project (2018/19) is financed from a grant from the UK’s Economic and Social Research Council (Impact Acceleration Account). All partner institutions have also provided in-kind contributions to the project.
 
 
 
=== Can I use the Toolkit in academia for educational purposes? ===
 
=== Can I use the Toolkit in academia for educational purposes? ===
 
Yes. The Toolkit is made available on an open access basis. You are welcome to use it for educational purposes, as long as appropriate credit is given to the authors of the relevant articles and the project as a whole. For a recommended citation format, please see above under “[[#Citations|How do I cite Toolkit articles?]]”.
 
Yes. The Toolkit is made available on an open access basis. You are welcome to use it for educational purposes, as long as appropriate credit is given to the authors of the relevant articles and the project as a whole. For a recommended citation format, please see above under “[[#Citations|How do I cite Toolkit articles?]]”.

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