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The Internet in Bello :  Seminar on Cyber War, Ethics & Policy

November 18, 2011, Berkeley Law

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I. Introduction

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II. Presentations and Recommendations

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III. Opening Remarks

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David Caron, Berkeley Law; President, American Society of International Law


IV. Preparing the Battlefield: The Best Defense

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Beth Van Schaack, Santa Clara Law – Moderator

Michael Nacht, UC Berkeley Goldman School of Public Policy

Sir Daniel Bethlehem KCMG QC, Columbia Law

Abraham Sofaer, Hoover Institution, Stanford University


V. Cyber Warfare: Attack and Distinction

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Kate Jastram, Berkeley Law – Moderator

Anne Quintin, International Committee of the Red Cross, Regional Delegation for the US and Canada

Lt. Colonel Pete Hayden, JAGC, US Army, Office of the Chairman, Joint Chiefs of Staff

Sean Watts, Creighton University School of Law


VI. Keynote Speech

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Introduction by Kate Jastram

Colonel Gary D. Brown, USAF
Staff Judge Advocate, US Cyber Command


VII. Geography and Neutrality During Cyber War

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Stephen Maurer, Berkeley Law and Goldman School of Public Policy – Moderator

Andrew Carswell, International Committee of the Red Cross, Regional Delegation for the US and Canada

Eric Talbot Jensen, Brigham Young University Law School


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