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President Barak Obama's recent decision to issue a color-coded response plan for the U.S. federal government to deter major cyberattacks, underscores the increasing importance of this issue. The use of cyberspace as a tool of war has changed the nature of conventional warfare. All these actions could adversely affect security installations and cause enormous economic damages.In a public notice, the North American Electric Reliability Corporation (NERC) has alerted that the U.S. electrical grid is exposed to cyberattacks, which could cause enormous damage.U.S. laws don't allow corporations or private citizens to carry out retaliatory cyberattacks.A Ukrainian professor of international law, Alexander Merezhko, has developed a project, the International Convention on Prohibition of Cyberwar in Internet, and an American General, Keith B. Alexander believes that talks should be carried out between the U.S. and Russia on ways to avoid military attacks in cyberspace.
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