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Marina Kaljurand: We Don’t Need to Write New Norms for Cyber

... new conventions so as not to apply what we have already, and to not to work on how we should apply it. First step is to look into how we can apply international law. Second step – should we find something missing, let’s discuss the need for a new law. If we talk about cybercrime investigation, what platform do you think is the most effective: bilateral ties, the UN or other international platforms? If you talk about cybercrime, then both bilateral cooperation and international cooperation are crucial. You can’t usually ...


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