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==[[Conduct of hostilities]]==
 
==[[Conduct of hostilities]]==
 
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"IHL also lays down specific rules regarding attacks aimed at persons or objects, which apply equally to cyber operations carried out as part of an armed conflict. When planning and carrying out such operations, states must act in accordance with, for example, the principles of distinction and proportionality, as well as the obligation to take precautionary measures."<ref>[https://www.government.nl/binaries/government/documents/parliamentary-documents/2019/09/26/letter-to-the-parliament-on-the-international-legal-order-in-cyberspace/International+Law+in+the+Cyberdomain+-+Netherlands.pdf Government of the Kingdom of the Netherlands, Appendix: International law in cyberspace, 26 September 2019 ], 5.</ref><section end=NL_2019 conduct of hostilities />
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"IHL also lays down specific rules regarding attacks aimed at persons or objects, which apply equally to cyber operations carried out as part of an armed conflict. When planning and carrying out such operations, states must act in accordance with, for example, the principles of distinction and proportionality, as well as the obligation to take precautionary measures."<ref>[https://www.government.nl/binaries/government/documents/parliamentary-documents/2019/09/26/letter-to-the-parliament-on-the-international-legal-order-in-cyberspace/International+Law+in+the+Cyberdomain+-+Netherlands.pdf Government of the Kingdom of the Netherlands, Appendix: International law in cyberspace, 26 September 2019 ], 5.</ref>
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== Appendixes ==
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