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International criminal law would ban atrocities, but not self-defense, so the question is whether reprisals would rise to that level, and I'm not sure they would, unless you were knowingly causing a nuclear power plant's systems to collapse or something. Would it be a breach of fiduciary duty to hire hackers to deter cyberattacks from others? But it probably violates American criminal law to attack someone else, idk
I do get that, but regulation will always fail at something ... it isn't as if the industry did better, and many of those shareholders and bankers had every incentive to solve the problem. And given the risks of global contagion, I'd consider some harmonization ... and ensuing failure to be worth it, but I take the point, MDF.
Toggle Commented Jun 3, 2009 on End of Crisis Regulation Links at Conglomerate