News Burst: Pentagon avoided cyberwar with Yugoslavia

US military officials have admitted they restrained from launching a concerted cyber attack on Yugoslavia's computer network infrastructure for fear of the legal implications of the world's first major cyber-conflict.

A report written by the Pentagon General Council concludes that the laws applied to traditional warfare do not adequately outline what sorts of computer attacks would be legal.

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