Cyber War in a Cyber-Led World and Legislative Measurements taken by Pakistan
Keywords:Cyber war, E-Crime, Internet, Legislation, Pakistan
While cyber war is increasingly being referred to as a "fifth-generation warfare(5G)", Policymakers, legislatures and the general public are unaware of this development's legal and strategic consequences. This paper addresses some of the legal and strategic issues that arise when developing successful international and national policies for preventing, regulating, and resolving cyberwar. It is vital to examine the mutually constitutive link between the law, actual events on the ground, and the cyber war discourse in order to give critical information regarding the role of law in the governance of cyberwar. In Pakistan, military, political, and commercial entities are all pushing to bring cyber security challenges into the realm of conflict.
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