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[[Attribution|Attributing]] the relevant cyber operation to a State different from the target State is a necessary prerequisite for qualifying the cyber operation as a violation of the target State's sovereignty.         
 
[[Attribution|Attributing]] the relevant cyber operation to a State different from the target State is a necessary prerequisite for qualifying the cyber operation as a violation of the target State's sovereignty.         
  
Whether non-State actors can violate territorial sovereignty on their own is a matter of disagreement.<ref>In favour: see, eg, Theodore Christakis, ‘The ICJ Advisory Opinion on Kosovo: Has International Law Something to Say about Secession?’ (2011) 24 LJIL 73, 84; Marcelo Kohen, ‘The Court’s Contribution to Determining the Content of Fundamental Principles of International Law’ in Giorgio Gaja and Jenny Grote Stoutenburg (eds), ''Enhancing the Rule of Law through the International Court of Justice'' (Brill 2012) 145. Against: see, eg,  [https://doi.org/10.1017/9781316822524 Tallinn Manual 2.0], commentary to rule 4, para 3.</ref>     
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Whether non-State actors can violate territorial sovereignty on their own is a matter of disagreement.<ref name=":8" />     
 
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