Editing Scenario 06: Cyber countermeasures against an enabling State

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== Checklist ==
 
== Checklist ==
* [[Due diligence]]:
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* Due diligence:
 
** Did the relevant cyber operation adversely affect the rights of a State?
 
** Did the relevant cyber operation adversely affect the rights of a State?
 
** Was the cyber operation conducted from or through the territory of another State?
 
** Was the cyber operation conducted from or through the territory of another State?
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** Did the potentially responsible State know of the incident in question? Alternatively, even if it only became aware of the incident through the information from the injured State, should it have known of it at the material time?
 
** Did the potentially responsible State know of the incident in question? Alternatively, even if it only became aware of the incident through the information from the injured State, should it have known of it at the material time?
 
** Did the potentially responsible State take all feasible measures to put an end to the malicious cyber activities?
 
** Did the potentially responsible State take all feasible measures to put an end to the malicious cyber activities?
* [[Countermeasures]]:
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* Countermeasures:
 
** Is the injured State responding to a prior internationally wrongful act of the responsible State?
 
** Is the injured State responding to a prior internationally wrongful act of the responsible State?
 
** Would the injured State’s conduct taken in response amount to an internationally wrongful act if not justified as a countermeasure?
 
** Would the injured State’s conduct taken in response amount to an internationally wrongful act if not justified as a countermeasure?

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