National position of New Zealand (2020)
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==[[Retorsion]]== <section begin=NZ_2020 retorsion /> "Regardless of whether the activity amounts to an internationally wrongful act, a state may always attribute political responsibility for malicious state cyber activity and may always respond with retorsion (i.e. unfriendly acts not inconsistent with international law)."<ref>[https://dpmc.govt.nz/sites/default/files/2020-12/The%20Application%20of%20International%20Law%20to%20State%20Activity%20in%20Cyberspace.pdf The Application of International Law to State Activity in Cyberspace, 1 December 2020], 3.</ref><section end=NZ_2020 retorsion />
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