National position of Australia (2020)
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==Remedies== <section begin=AU_2020 remedies /> "If a State is the victim of harmful conduct in cyberspace, that State could be entitled to remedies in the form of restitution, compensation or satisfaction. In the cyber context, this may mean that the victim-State could, for example, seek replacement of damaged hardware or compensation for the foreseeable physical and financial losses resulting from the damage to servers, as well as assurances or guarantees of non-repetition."<ref>[https://www.internationalcybertech.gov.au/our-work/annexes/annex-b Australian Government, Australia's position on how international law applies to State conduct in cyberspace]</ref><section end=AU_2020 remedies />
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