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La régulation du cyberespace constitue un effort international où se croisent intérêts publics, privés et souverains. En analysant le cas particulier de la régulation des contre-mesures, et la difficulté à obtenir la ratification d’un accord international sur le sujet, nous soulevons le problème de l’inadéquation du cadre de régulation face aux ruptures technologiques actuelles et à venir dans le domaine de la cyber-défense. L’article souligne en particulier la nécessité d’ancrer la réflexion sur la régulation dans le corps des sciences cognitives et comportementales, et dans le domaine du machine-à-machine
Keywords cybercrime   accord international   régulation   ONU
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