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==Introduction==
 
==Introduction==
 
This is the position of Israel on international law applicable to cyber operations. The position<ref>[https://digital-commons.usnwc.edu/ils/vol97/iss1/21/ Roy Schöndorf, Israel’s Perspective on Key Legal and Practical Issues Concerning the Application of International Law to Cyber Operations, 8 December 2020.]</ref> has been presented on 8 December 2020 by Israeli Deputy Attorney General for International Law Dr. Roy Schöndorf, during the event hosted by the US Naval War College Stockton Center for International Law on "Disruptive Technology and International Law".<ref>[https://usnwc.edu/News-and-Events/Events/Disruptive-Technologies-and-International-Law US Naval War College’s Stockton Center for International Law, Disruptive Technologies and International Law]</ref>
 
This is the position of Israel on international law applicable to cyber operations. The position<ref>[https://digital-commons.usnwc.edu/ils/vol97/iss1/21/ Roy Schöndorf, Israel’s Perspective on Key Legal and Practical Issues Concerning the Application of International Law to Cyber Operations, 8 December 2020.]</ref> has been presented on 8 December 2020 by Israeli Deputy Attorney General for International Law Dr. Roy Schöndorf, during the event hosted by the US Naval War College Stockton Center for International Law on "Disruptive Technology and International Law".<ref>[https://usnwc.edu/News-and-Events/Events/Disruptive-Technologies-and-International-Law US Naval War College’s Stockton Center for International Law, Disruptive Technologies and International Law]</ref>
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