In many ways, Cyberwar is different from traditional warfare, but in other ways, it’s simply a variation on an age-old theme. True, the Internet is the battlefield and the combatants are hackers, who are more likely to be civilians than soldiers. But if a Cyberattack targets military infrastructure, or even worse, critical national infrastructure like a power grid, then even civilian hackers are essentially soldiers, who are thus subject to lethal force.

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