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サイバー戦争の倫理学

Ethics and Cyber Warfare : The Quest for Responsible Security in the Age of Digital Warfare

Lucas, George

Oxford Univ Pr 2016/12
187 p. illustration ; 25 cm   
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テキストの言語: ENG    出版国: GB
ISBN: 9780190276522
KCN: 1025127219
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DDC: 172.42
KDC: A117 倫理学・道徳哲学
D233 軍事・安全保障・平和研究
関連書リスト: NB4223
書評掲載: Choice Reviews 2017 April ,LJ Reviews 2016 October #2
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Annotation

"State sponsored hacktivism" constitutes a wholly new alternative to conventional armed conflict. This book explores the ethical and legal dimensions of this "soft" mode warfare grounded in a broad revisionist approach to military ethics and "just war theory" that results in a new code of ethics for today's "cyber warriors."

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"State sponsored hacktivism" constitutes a wholly new alternative to conventional armed conflict. This book explores the ethical and legal dimensions of this "soft" mode warfare grounded in a broad revisionist approach to military ethics and "just war theory" that results in a new code of ethics for today's "cyber warriors."
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Table of Contents

CONTENTS Preface ix Acknowledgments xiii Introduction: Crime or Warfare?--1 1. Cyber (In)security: Threat Assessment in the Cyber Domain--16 What, When, and Where?--16 How?--18 Why?--19 Three Ways of Being a Hacktivist--21 Conventional Warfare--22 Unrestricted Warfare--24 State- Sponsored Hacktivism as a New Form of Warfare--27 2. Is There a Role for Ethics or Law in Cyber Conflict?--33 Irregular War and Cyberwar--33 Ethics and "Folk Morality"--35 Ethics and the Law--40 Ethics and Just War Theory--42 Strategic Plan of the Book--45 Applying Moral Theories in the Cyber Domain--48 3. The Tallinn Manual: International Law in the Aftermath of Estonia--57 International Law Applicable to Stuxnet--58 International Law and State- Sponsored Hacktivism--61 The Tallinn Manual--64 International Law and the Estonian Cyber attacks--68 "There Oughta' Be a Law!"--73 Why the Tallinn Manual Failed--76 4. Genuine Ethics versus "Folk Morality" in Cyberspace--85 The Advantages of Taking "the Moral Point of View"--86 The Challenge of Folk Morality for Authentic Ethics--88 The Origins of Universal Moral Norms--91 Thinking Ethically about Conflict in the Cyber Domain--96 Just War Theory and the Morality of Exceptions--98 Jus in Bello and Professional Military Ethics--101 Jus in Silico: Ethics and Just War Theory in the Cyber Domain--102 5. If Aristotle Waged Cyberwar: How Norms Emerge from Practice--109 Distinguishing between Laws and Norms--112 The Methodology of Uncertainty: How Do Norms "Emerge?"--113 Do Emergent Moral Norms Provide Effective Governance?--119 6. Privacy, Anonymity, and the Rise of State- Sponsored Hacktivism--125 Emergent Norms and the Rise of State- Sponsored Hacktivism--126 The Cunning of History--128 Permissible Preemptive Cyber Self- Defense--129 Privacy, Anonymity, and the Sectors of Vulnerability--130 Cyber security Measures for Individuals--131 Privacy versus Anonymity--133 A Limited Justification for Anonymity--135 Restricting Anonymity while Preserving Privacy--137 New "Rules of the Road" for Cyber Navigation--138 7. NSA Management Directive #424: Anticipatory National Self- Defense--142 Preventive War--143 Initial Public Response--147 The Dilemma of Edward Snowden--148 Government Deception and Public Trust--150 Defending National Boundaries And Personal Liberties--151 State Norms for Respecting Sovereignty and Attaining Security--153 Conclusion: Toward a Code of Ethics for Cyber Warriors--157 References--167 Index--175