Cyber Power and Constraint / Elad Gil


Wed, 09/12/2020 - 15:00 to 16:30


The Hebrew University of Jerusalem

Elad Gil

Governments operate extensively in cyberspace to advance national security and foreign policy objectives. They carry espionage and surveillance; defend against malign activity by states and non-state actors; disrupt foreign disinformation campaigns; conduct counterintelligence; and engage in offensive cyber operations. The increasing volume and aggressiveness of government activity in the cyber domain has attracted considerable academic attention. Scholars have considered the effects of a constant, low-intensity cyber conflict among nations on security, geopolitics, international law, and privacy, amongst others, but one important area has thus far remained unexplored: how government hacking impacts our democracy and our liberty. (See More)


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