Digitally Docile Global Governance: Have We Got any Closer to International Cybersecurity Norms at this year’s G7?
International threats emanating from cyberspace increasingly encroach on every aspect of public life in a cross-cutting fashion. The result is that we are vitally in need of greater international regulation. This policy brief discusses the specious approach to applying international law in cyberspace outlined by the G7 as part of its ‘Building a More Peaceful and Secure World’ theme at the 44th G7 Summit in Charlevoix, Canada. It argues that this year no real progress has been made on the issue, with the G7 members missing an important opportunity to work towards a global set of cyber norms that are desperately needed.
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