The Journal of Law & Cyber Warfare is a peer-reviewed academic journal that focuses on the intersection of law and cybersecurity. It covers a broad range of topics related to the legal and policy aspects of cyber warfare, including international law, domestic law, cybersecurity policy, cybercrime, and privacy.
The journal publishes articles that explore the legal, ethical, and policy implications of cyber warfare and the role of law in regulating and mitigating its effects. The journal is a valuable resource for scholars, policymakers, and practitioners interested in understanding the complex legal and policy issues associated with cybersecurity and cyber warfare.
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