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GCCS 2015: Groping for Rules of (Non-) Engagement in Cyberspace

Alexandra Kulikova

The 4th Global Conference on Cyberspace, which took place in the Hague, the Netherlands, on 16-17th of April, left mixed feelings. The Dutch government has clearly put a lot of effort into getting the most burning issues of cybersecurity into its agenda, enlarging the participation of stakeholders in the dialogue by inviting representatives of the civil society. However, many participants of the GCCS left the Hague with a feeling that there was an elephant in the room.

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PIR Center e-journal CyberPulse, № 2 (14) March-April 2015

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