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==Introduction==
 
==Introduction==
This is the national position of Australia on international law applicable to cyber operations. Australia presented its position on the application of relevant international law to State conduct in cyberspace in its International Cyber Engagement Strategy in 2017.<ref>[https://www.dfat.gov.au/sites/default/files/DFAT%20AICES_AccPDF.pdf, Commonwealth of Australia, Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Australia’s International Cyber Engagement Strategy, October 2017]</ref> The position was further elaborated in 2019 through an "International Law Supplement"<ref>[https://www.internationalcybertech.gov.au/sites/default/files/2020-11/2019%20Legal%20Supplment_0.PDF, Australian Government, International Law Supplement, 2019]</ref> to be read in conjunction with the 2017 Strategy. The following position to the 2020 International Cyber and Critical Technology Engagement Strategy combines the two positions providing some updates.<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>
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This is the national position of Australia on international law applicable to cyber operations. Australia presented its position on the application of relevant international law to State conduct in cyberspace in its International Cyber Engagement Strategy in 2017.<ref>[https://www.internationalcybertech.gov.au/sites/default/files/2020-11/The%20Strategy.pdf, Commonwealth of Australia, Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Australia’s International Cyber Engagement Strategy, October 2017]</ref> The position was further elaborated in 2019 through an "International Law Supplement"<ref>[https://www.internationalcybertech.gov.au/sites/default/files/2020-11/2019%20Legal%20Supplment_0.PDF, Australian Government, International Law Supplement, 2019]</ref> to be read in conjunction with the 2017 Strategy. The following position to the 2020 International Cyber and Critical Technology Engagement Strategy combines the two positions providing some updates.<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>
   
 
==[[Applicability of international law]]==
 
==[[Applicability of international law]]==

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