National position of the United Kingdom (2022)
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==[[State responsibility]]== <section begin=UK_2022 state responsibility /> "I should also add that the nature of cyberspace means that it may not be evident, at least at first, whether a State is responsible for a particular action. This is also a space in which criminal gangs operate for financial profit. To be clear, State direction or control of non-State actors who undertake cyber operations of the kind I have described today would also represent unlawful conduct by that State, in line with international law on State responsibility. Cyber is no different from other spheres of activity in this sense. Provided that it is exercising the requisite degree of direction or control, a State is no less responsible for internationally unlawful cyber operations conducted by a ransomware gang than it would be for the unlawful actions of an armed group, or a corporation."<ref>[https://www.gov.uk/government/speeches/international-law-in-future-frontiers Attorney General Suella Braverman: International Law in Future Frontiers, 19 May 2022]</ref><section end=UK_2022 state responsibility />
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