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Going to War Over Big Data

Going to War Over Big Data Hasan Almasi

A University of Virginia professor delves into whether warfare is ever warranted to protect big data, reports the Unversity of Virginia. 

Paul Stephan, a University of Virginia distinguished professor of law and expert in international dispute resolution and comparative law, recently posed an interesting question. In the blog Lawfare, he writes, “If big data is a resource and therefore a potential target of armed conflict, what kinds of attacks justify an armed response and what are the rules governing such attacks?”

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