Virtual Lecture Series: Russian Election Meddling, Cyber Crime & Cyber War

Virtual Lecture Series: Russian Election Meddling, Cyber Crime & Cyber War

When

When: 
Wednesday, March 28, 2018 - 6:30pm

Where

Where: 
https://youtu.be/uhBHLVkFR8g

Albert (Buzz) E. Scherr - Professor of Law, Chair of the International Criminal Law and Justice Program

When should state-sponsored cyber-hacking constitute cause for war? The Russian government sponsored hacking of the democratic National Committee's e-mail and of state & local election board systems. This virtual session explores the outlines of how and when such conduct is prosecutable as a crime and, if not, how and when it would constitute a basis for war-like response from the U.S.

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