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From cyber crime to war crime

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Published on Mar 28, 2013

A panel of legal and military experts at NATO headquarters have been discussing whether computer hackers could become military targets as crimes committed online could potentially be classified as war crimes. Governments and bussinesses around the world are increasingly fearful of state-sponsored online attacks that could paralyze or destroy a nation's military and civilian infrastructure, even kill its citizens. Al Jazeera's Tarek Bazley reports on the possible scenarios being considered by cyber warafe experts in Brussels and beyond.

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