Editing Scenario 16: Cyber attacks against ships on the high seas

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[[File:Shipsbridge.jpg|alt=|thumb|Matti Mattila: Bridge of a sailing ship. CC-BY-NC-SA 2.0]]
 
[[File:Shipsbridge.jpg|alt=|thumb|Matti Mattila: Bridge of a sailing ship. CC-BY-NC-SA 2.0]]
 
This scenario considers a series of cyber operations against merchant vessels and warships on the high seas from the perspective of public international law. It analyses in particular issues related to jurisdiction and freedom of navigation on the high seas, as well as whether the cyber operations amounted to a prohibited use of force.
 
This scenario considers a series of cyber operations against merchant vessels and warships on the high seas from the perspective of public international law. It analyses in particular issues related to jurisdiction and freedom of navigation on the high seas, as well as whether the cyber operations amounted to a prohibited use of force.

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