Charles J. Dunlap Jr., a former U.S. Air Force judge advocate general, when interviewed by American Bar Journal stated, "Even if Stuxnet amounts to a “use of force,” it doesn’t necessarily rise to a casus belli".
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"Schachter: General Dunlap, is there any black and white at all? Mean, a cyber attack leads to people dying or poisoning of water systems or something like that. Is that a case of black-and-white, damage has been done, act of war?
Dunlap: In my judgment, that would be a use of force clearly in violation of the U.N. Charter. I think it’s very clear that when you have physical destruction and the direct consequences result in the deaths of people, that you are into the traditional analysis that would authorize the use of force in response."
Cat, you misquoted Dunlap, also, did Stuxnet cause people to die and poison water systems? If not, then kindly be more accurate when referencing your position papers and refrain from spinning the information. Thank you.