Jusletter IT

Duty of Co-Operation as New Cybergovernance Concept

  • Autor/Autorin: Rolf H. Weber
  • Beitragsart: Zum Generalthema: Cybergovernance
  • Kategorie: Beiträge
  • Rechtsgebiete: IT-Governance
  • Sammlung: Tagungsband IRIS 2021
  • DOI: 10.38023/986342e9-b89c-4bb0-93af-93fbb6fa3abb
  • Zitiervorschlag: Rolf H. Weber, Duty of Co-Operation as New Cybergovernance Concept, in: Jusletter IT 25. Februar 2021
Cybergovernance attempts at protecting information and data as well as the related assets and infrastructure. By way of overcoming a strict national sovereignty approach and of developing globally acceptable principles for the Internet, new substantive concepts for behavioural norms need to be developed. A promising approach consists in the implementation of a broadly interpreted duty of co-operation between the States as a general legal standard. Such an approach appears to be suitable for contributing to a cosmopolitan understanding of common interests leading to an improved cybergovernance and a higher level of Internet integrity.

Table of contents

  • 1. Foundations of Cybergovernance
  • 2. Cyberspace Integrity and Stability as Underlying Objectives
  • 3. Duty of Co-operation
  • 3.1. Traces in Declarations and Court Practice
  • 3.2. Nature and Characteristics
  • 3.3. Fields of Application
  • 4. Protection of Common Interests as Cosmopolitan Approach
  • 4.1. From Co-existence to Co-operation
  • 4.2. Move to Cosmopolitanism
  • 5. Outlook
  • 6. References

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