Scenario 08: Certificate authority hack
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== Checklist == * [[Attribution]]: ** Did State B provide instructions or exercise direction or control over the non-State actor? ** Is an intelligence agency a State organ of State B? * [[Sovereignty]]: ** Did State B’s operation cause a loss of functionality of another State’s cyber infrastructure? ** Did State B usurp State A’s inherently governmental functions by its cyber operation in State A’s territory? * [[Prohibition of intervention]]: ** Did State B try to coerce State A by its cyber operation? * [[International human rights law]]: ** Does the ICCPR apply to State B’s cyber operation abroad? ** Which human rights are implicated by State B’s cyber operation? ** Is State B’s cyber operation justified from the perspective of international human rights law?
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