Eric J. Sinrod: Lawyer with Duane Morris LLP

Eric J. Sinrod

Of Counsel
San Francisco,  CA  U.S.A.
Phone415 957 3019

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Practice Areas

  • Insurance Coverage
  • Intellectual Property Litigation
  • Commercial Litigation
  • Internet Law
  • E-Commerce Law
  • Appellate Practice
  • Class Actions
  • Employment Law
  • Management Labor Law
  • Labor Relations
  • Computers and Software
  • Insurance Litigation
  • International Law
  • Trial Practice
  • Energy
  • Nuclear Energy
  • Trademarks
  • Trade Secrets
  • Unfair Competition
  • Copyrights
Contact InfoTelephone: 415 957 3019
Fax: 415 520 0931
University Oberlin College, B.A., 1980 Phi Beta Kappa, Comfort Starr Scholarship Prize for Academic Excellence
Law SchoolUniversity of Michigan Law School, J.D., cum laude, 1984 Associate Editor, University of Michigan Journal of Law Reform
Admitted1986, California; U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit; U.S. Court of International Trade; U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California; U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of California; U.S. District Court for the Central District of California; U.S. District Court for the Southern District of California; U.S. District Court for the Central District of Illinois; Supreme Court of the United States

Professional Activities

•Adjunct Professor, Dominican University, International Law Course
•Ex'pression College Program Advisory Committee Member for Entertainment Degree
•Advisor, Hastings College of the Law, Cyberspace Law Seminar
•Adjunct Professor, Golden Gate University School of Law, Information Law Seminar
•Adjunct Professor, Ex'pression Center For New Media, Business Media Course
•Adjunct Professor, Redwood High School, Computer Business Course
•Journal of Internet Law, Editorial Board Member
•American Bar Association
- Internet Industry Committee
BNA Electronic Commerce & Law, Advisory Board
Start-Up and Emerging Companies Newsletter, American Lawyer Media, Board of Advisors
•The State Bar of California
- Law Practice Management and Technology Section
-- Executive Committee
•International Technology Law Association
•Association of Business Trial Attorneys
•The Bar Association of San Francisco
•California Trial Lawyers Association
•San Francisco Trial Lawyers Association
•Appellate and Moot Court Judge
- University of California at Berkeley--Boalt Hall School of Law
- Santa Clara University School of Law
- Golden Gate University School of Law
•CYO Girls Volleyball and Basketball Coach

Board Memberships

•Editorial Board,Journal of Internet Law
•Advisory Board,Start-Up and Emerging Companies Newsletter, published by American Lawyer Media
•Advisory Board,BNA Electronic Commerce & Law Report

BornWashington, D.C., February 15, 1958

The Year in Tech Law 2012

The Year in Tech Law 2011

The Year in Tech Law 2010

Marin Snapshot: Corte Madera's Eric Sinrod Plugged into Cyber Law,Marin Independent Journal, February 10, 2013


•Duane Morris LLP
- Of Counsel, 2014-present
- Partner, 2000-2014
•Hancock Rothert & Bunshoft LLP, San Francisco, California
- Partner, 1992-2000
- Associate, 1987-1991
•Heller, Ehrman, White & McAuliffe, San Francisco, California
- Associate, 1985-1987
•United States District Court for the Northern District of California
- Judicial Clerk, Honorable Samuel M. Conti, 1984-1985


•Listed in Super Lawyers, Corporate Counsel Edition, 2010
•Named a Super Lawyer for Business Litigation, 2006-present
•Listed inThe Best Lawyers in Americafor Cyberlaw, 2005-subsequent years
•Mr. Sinrod's article, Word to the Wise If You Quit In a Huff, was the most popular article in the United States on theMondaqservice, April 2006.
•Recipient, Internet Marketing Attorney Awards of 2003. Mr. Sinrod was referred to as the leading IP attorney in the land.
•AV Preeminent Peer Review Rated by Martindale-Hubbell

Selected Publications

•More than 600 weekly legal columns forCNET,,,,,,The Supreme Court of the United States Blog,, American Lawyer Media',ComputerworldandUpside, all of which are available at and (1999 to present)
•How Will International Law Treat Cyberwar?,Daily Journal, April 11, 2014
•Author, The Year in Tech Law 2013, a compilation of blog posts for Findlaw's Technologist blog, January 2014
•Featured in Lawyer Blogs Come of Age by Julia Love,The Recorder, July 26, 2013
•Featured in Marin Snapshot: Corte Madera's Eric Sinrod Plugged into Cyber Law by Vicki Larson,Marin Independent Journal, February 10, 2013
•The Challenges of eDiscovery and Cloud Computing,NYSBA Inside, Winter 2012, Vol. 30, No. 3
•Author, The Year in Tech Law 2012, a compilation of blog posts for Findlaw's Technologist blog, January 2013
•Author, The Year in Tech Law 2011, a compilation of blog posts for Findlaw's Technologist blog, January 2012
•By The Numbers - The Internet Affects How Students View Everything - Including Your School,Career College Central, January 2012, p. 66
•Share On The Inside, Protect On The Outside: Best Practices For IP Protection In The Age Of Social Networking,LES Insights, December 2011
•Guidelines Needed For Social Networking In the Contemporary Workplace,Privacy Journal, Vol. 37, No. 12, October 2011
•Are the Social Networking Kids Alright? and Workplace Social Networking: Is Facebook During Work Hours Good?,Career Education Review, Section 1, October 2011
•Featured in Drugmakers Avoid Social Media Sites: Recent FDA Warning To Novartis Over A Facebook Ad Rattled Pharmaceuticals by Mandy Jackson, San FranciscoDaily Journal, September 10, 2010
•Quoted in Hot spot dangers: That Internet cafe could cost you way more than a cup of coffee by Mary K. Pratt,ComputerWorld, April 20, 2010
•Are You Safe On Wi-Fi?,Privacy Journal, December 2009
•Preventing Predatory Marketing Practices Against Minors,Intellectual Property Counselor, 156:18, December 2009
•States Embrace Electronic Discovery,Corporate Counsel's Records Retention Report, 145:3, November 2009
•Featured in Getting Down to Business,California Lawyer, April 2010
•Spoliation Of Electronic Evidence Can Lead To Death-Knell Sanctions,Corporate Counsel's Records Retention Report, 134:3, February 2009
•Getting A Hold On Legal Holds,Corporate Counsel's Records Retention Report, 134:1, February 2009
•Employees, Employers and Social Networking Issues,E-Commerce Law & Policy, 10:10:3, October 2008
•Universities and Colleges Need Privacy Education,Career Education Review, Section 1, p. 24, October 2008
•Going Back To School On Security,Career Education Review, Section 1, p. 29, September 2008
•The Impact of Data Loss Prevention Communications Capture on E-discovery, contribution to publication by Pro-Tec Data, June 2007
•Featured in Looking for Line Where Web Use Crosses into Trespassing by Jessie Seyfer,The Recorder, April 16, 2007
New Scientist: Book Review - The Second Life Herald, 2007.
The Opportunity Maker: Strategies for Inspiring Your Legal Career Through Creative Networking and Business Development, Quoted In Book By Ari Kaplan, 2007.
•Promise of EFOIA Still Unfulfilled Ten Years Later, 33:7Access Reports3, 2007
•Featured in As Candidates Mull '08, Web Sites Are Already Running,The New York Times, November 18, 2006
•Attention Trademark Owners: Take a Hit!, November 2006
•Workplace Worries: Blogging, IMing, iPods and Camera Phones - Oh My!Business Credit, October 2006
•Creative Commons - An Answer to the Copyright Debate?, September 2006
•Featured in Writing His Own Ticket,The Recorder, July 19, 2006
•How We Almost Lost Our BlackBerries,For The Defense, June 2006.
•Computer Fraud and Abuse Act Protects Employers,Human Resource Ideas & Trends; Human Resource Executive, May 2006.
•Word to the Wise If You Quit In a Huff,Mondaq, April 2006 (most popular article in the United States that month).
• Domain Name Ordered Transferred to French Connection, 1Journal of Internet Law1 (2005).
•The Legal Implications of Disappearing E-Mail, 7:9Journal of Internet Law23 (2004).
•Internet Forms and Commentary: A Practitioner's Guide to E-Commerce Contracts and the World Wide Web, a Chapter on Metatag License Contracts, ABA Section of Business Law, Committee on Law in Cyberspace, Information Infrastructure Subcommittee, and Internet Industry Committee (2002).
•The Future of Internet Privacy, 4:9Journal of Internet Law 22(2001).
•Cyber-Crimes: A Practical Approach to the Application of Federal Computer Crime Laws,16 Computer & High Technology Law Journal177 (2000).
•Chapter author for the book, Internet Law and Business Handbook, Ladera Press, (2000).
•Hacking Your Way to Hard Time: Application of Computer Crime Laws to Specific Types of Hacking Attacks,Journal of Internet Law 1(2000).
•The Evolving Role of Trademark in Cyberspace, 3:10Journal of Internet Law 5(2000).
•The Eye of the High Tech Storm: The Law of E-Mail,3:8 and 3:9 Journal of Internet Law1 (2000).
•Commercial Use of E-Mail and Potential Pitfalls of Anti-Spam Laws,VIBES(2000).
•Controlling Chaos: The Emerging Law of Privacy and Speech in Cyberspace, 1999Stanford Technology Law Review 1(
•First Steps in Formulating Net Tax Policy, 3:2Journal of Internet Law13 (1999).
•The New Wave of Speech and Privacy Developments in Cyberspace, 21:3Hastings Communications and Entertainment Law Journal5831 (1999).
•Keeping the E-Commerce Taxman at Bay: The Internet Tax Freedom Act,Spring 1999 Report of the ABA Industry Internet Committee.
•Internet Privacy: Is Someone Invading Your Cyberspace? 14:1Computer Law Association Bulletin(1999).
•Net Tax,Daily Journal,California Business Law Adviser, March 15, 1999, p. 18.
•Sweet Land of E-Liberty: The Internet Tax Freedom Act, 2:7Journal of Internet Law(1999).
•Cyberspeech: Censorship, 'Spam,' and Defamation, presented at the 28th Annual Computer Law Association Conference (Washington, D.C., April 1999).
•Filtering Out Internet Facts,Daily Journal Cyber Esq.(Winter 1998-99).
•Internet Speech: Putting the Genie Back in the Bottle, 2:4Journal of Internet Law1 (1998).
•Privacy Lost in the Brave New Web? 2:3Journal of Internet Law1 (1998).
•Policing Web Sites, 25:1Privacy Journal3 (1998).
•Privacy Lost in the Brave New Web? 24:20Access Reports8 (1998).
•Improving Access to Government Information in an Era of Budgetary Constraints, 27Urban Lawyer105 (1995).
•Freedom of Information Act Disclosure Deadlines: Bridging the Gap Between Legislative Intent and Economic Reality, 43American University Law Review325 (1994).
•Specific Recommendations for Improving Media Access to Government Information, 15Journal of Media Law and Practice79 (1994).
•Proposals for Expediting Access to Government Communications and Information, 12:3Communications Lawyer 6(1994).
•Applying the Freedom of Information Act in the Immigration Context, 94-12Immigration Briefing1 (1994).
•Reconciling Congressional Intent with Budgetary Constraints Re FOIA Response Deadlines, 20:8Access Reports3 (1994).
•It's High Time We Had a FOIA That Works, 17:1The National Law Journal(9/5/94).
•Blocking Access to Government Information Under the New Personal Privacy Rule, 24Seton Hall Law Review 214(1993).
•Expediting Access to Government Information Relative to Immigration Proceedings,71 Interpreter Releases 669(1993).
•Emerging Judicial Precedent Threatens Media Access to Government Information, 21:1Media Law Notes15 (1993).
•Arguing for Derivative Use, 19:22Access Reports 5(1993). (Also at Palo Alto Office)

Reported CasesRepresentative Matters; Mediation. Bell v. Acceptance Corp.(Marin Superior Court 2013); Mediator for multi-faceted action to recover losses associated with promissory notes. Vertkin v. California Physicians' Services dba Blue Shield of California(Marin Superior Court 2013); Mediator for complex breach of contract action involving billing practices within physician network. Essociate v. Blue Whaler Investments, et al.(C.D. Cal. 2011); Mediator for complex patent litigation matter relating to Internet-affiliate marketing software.Intellectual Property/Information Technology Litigation. dw-link Incorporated v. Giant Bicycle, Inc. and Giant Manufacturing Co., Ltd.(Central District of California, 2013-present); Lead trial attorney for defendants in patent infringement lawsuit relating to vehicle suspension systems. Yellowstone Mountain Club LLC v. Offshore Limited D and PCI(World Intellectual Property Organization Arbitration, 2012-2013); succeeded in obtaining the transfer of certain domain names. Telswitch, Inc. v. Billing Solutions Incorporated, et al., (Northern District of California, 2012-2013); represented defendants in trade secrets and Computer Fraud and Abuse Act case that resolved prior to trial. Kiskadee Communications (Bermuda) Ltd v. Father, et al.(Bermuda arbitration, 2011-2012); Represented plaintiff company with respect to rights to orbital satellite slot. Kensington Grace Holdings, LLC v. Citizens Business Bank, et al.(Central District of California, 2011-2012); Lead trial attorney in patent infringement case for defendant Montecito Bank & Trust. Fundamental Software, Inc.: ongoing representation of middleware company with respect to full panoply of intellectual property, information technology and commercial issues, including prevailing in significant trademark case. Bethany Lowe Designs, Inc. v. ESC Trading Co., Inc.(Central District of Illinois, 2010); Lead trial attorney for plaintiff in a copyright infringement, unfair competition and unfair trade practices case. Hitek Software v. United Surgical Partners International, 39 Trials Digest 13th 12 (Central District of California, 2010); As lead trial attorney, obtained complete dismissal of case with prejudice before filing pleading responsive to complaint. 1(800)Reminds, Inc. v. Prosodie Interactive (Canada), Inc.(California Court of Appeal, First Appellate District; San Francisco Superior Court, 2009-2010); As lead trial and appellate counsel, obtained dismissal of case, which sought relief based alleged Internet trade secrets theft, because of contractual forum selection clause, and the victory was affirmed by a unanimous appellate panel. Topa Insurance Group v. RCM Technologies, Inc.(Los Angeles Superior Court 2008-2010): Represented as lead counsel an insurance company specializing in personal lines insurance in a major software defect case fraud and related claims against a software company. Obtained pretrial rulings and a trial resolution that the client found favorable. TLC v. RadioShack(Northern District of California, 2008-2009): As lead trial counsel, defended patent infringement action and achieved resolution that client found favorable. Kelley v. Bethany Lowe Designs, Inc.(Central District of California, 2009); As lead trial counsel, represented defendant in copyright case and achieved resolution that client found favorable. Hitek Software v. Vision Financial(Central District of California, 2009); Represented defendant in copyright litigation which resolved to the satisfaction of the client. Hinshaw & Culberston(2006-2007): Retained as expert in complex copyright litigation that led to successful resolution. Abacus America, Inc. v. Alabanza Corporation(San Diego Superior Court, 2006); Represented company in major trade secrets, copyright infringement, source code, software dispute between Web hosting companies; achieved resolution that client found favorable. French Connection Limited v. Frederique Taillefer, WIPO Arbitration and Mediation Center Administrative Panel Decision Re, Case No. D2005-0255, May 16, 2005. As lead counsel, obtained order transferring a domain name. Highfields Capital Management, L.P. v. Doe, 385 F.Supp.2d 969, 2005 WL 2065142, N.D. Cal., January 18, 2005. As lead counsel, obtained order protecting anonymous Internet free speech. French Connection Limited v. Daniel Bradley, WIPO Arbitration and Mediation Center Administrative Panel Decision Re, Case No. D2004-0742, November 22, 2004. As lead counsel, obtained order transferring a domain name. Begraft v. eBay(New Jersey state court, 2004-2005); Lead trial counsel representing eBay in lawsuit that challenged online sale of ski resort and eBay's online policies; prevailed by motion and case was dismissed with prejudice. BSM, Inc. v. Mitek Systems, Inc.(AAA Arbitration, San Diego, 2004-2005); Lead counsel representing defendant maker of character recognition software in dispute concerning source code and copyright infringement; achieved victory in extensive arbitration. Papazian v. Keynote Systems, Inc.(San Mateo Superior Court, 2004-2005); Lead counsel representing plaintiffs in dispute involving acquisition of one Internet company by another and cross-allegations relating to trade secrets; sought rescission and resolved to client's satisfaction at mediation. ERISCO v. CSRG(Central District of California, 2003); Lead counsel representing Perot Systems in major copyright infringement, antitrust and unfair competition case; effectively resolved case to client's satisfaction at outset. Business Software Alliance v. Workmen's Auto Insurance Company(Los Angeles Superior Court, 2002-2003); Lead counsel representing defendant with respect to allegations of copyright infringement and software piracy; achieved settlement that client found favorable. Workmen's Auto Insurance v. SIS(Los Angeles Superior Court, 2001-2002); As lead trial counsel, secured successful settlement for plaintiff company in major software defect case. Fundamental Software, Inc. v. Fundamental Software, Inc.(Northern District of California, 2001); Lead counsel representing plaintiff middleware company in bet-the-farm trademark infringement action; obtained results client found satisfactory in legal proceedings. U.S. Dep't of State v. Ray, 112 S.Ct. 541(1991): Lead counsel who prepared briefing before the United States Supreme Court regarding critical information withheld under the Freedom of Information Act because of privacy concerns; defeated government's derivative use argument. Mayock v. INS, 714 F.Supp. 1558 (N.D. Cal. 1989), rev'dsub nom,Mayock v. Nelson, 938 F.2d 1006 (9th Cir. 1991), nationwide settlement, 43 Am. U.L. Re. 325, App. (1994) see alsoMayock v. INS, 736 F.Supp. 1561 (N.D. Cal. 1990): As lead counsel, obtained nationwide declaratory and injunctive relief regarding the provision of government materials under the Freedom of Information Act, and also secured the largest award of attorney's fees under the statute.Commercial Litigation. Spielman/Yu v. Ex'Pression Center for New Media, 191 Cal. App. 4th 420 (2010); From 2007 to 2012, as the lead trial attorney, represented a private postsecondary education institution in two consolidated actions brought by former students for misrepresentation and various statutory violations. Brought cross-complaint against students for breach of contract and related causes of action for defaulting on their tuition loan payments. Following a two-month jury trial in the Alameda County Superior Court, defeated all of plaintiffs' claims and obtained verdict that that the students had breached their contracts with school and that the school had suffered significant monetary damages. On appeal, the California Court of Appeal affirmed the verdict in all respects except for the trial court's instruction on one statutory issue that has been remanded for further trial. The case ultimately settled on terms the client found favorable. Tuition Options, LLC v. ATI Enterprises, Inc.(Philadelphia arbitration 2012); Represented defendant and counter-claimant company in the career education sector regarding complicated accounting and contractual issues pertaining to a servicing agreement. Wilson-Vick v. Western Grinding, Inc.(San Mateo Superior Court, 2009-2010); Represented a manufacturer of precision metal parts for use in the medical, aerospace, defense and communication industries and the majority of its officers and directors in an action for fraud and breach of contract brought by one of the officers and directors of the closely held company. Following extended mediation, settled the case on terms the clients found favorable. Ivanhoe Capital, LLC v. Janna Hospitality Holdings, LLC(California Court of Appeal, First Appellate District, 2012; San Francisco Superior Court, 2009-2010) As lead trial counsel representing defendant in complex commercial real estate dispute, obtained dismissal of complaint without leave to amend and award of attorney's fees and costs; The California Court of Appeal affirmed in a unanimous decision. DiGiacamo v. Ex'pression Center for New Media(Northern District of California, 2008-2009); As lead trial and arbitration counsel, prevailed in compelling case to arbitration and then obtained result at arbitration that client found favorable. Cameron Financial v. Kay-Co Investments, Inc.(San Luis Obispo Superior Court, 2006); Lead trial counsel representing the defendant company in a hotly contested trade secrets dispute relating to company business practices and information; case resolved after prevailed on motions. Carematrix Creditor Litigation(2005-2006); Lead counsel representing national elder care management company in its efforts to recover substantial sums from the debtor in complex bankruptcy proceedings; achieved resolution that client found satisfactory. Cross v. Maric(Los Angeles Superior Court, 2004-2006) Represented educational institution in class action brought by former students alleging statutory violations. Felton Bank Class Action Cases(Three federal cases across the country, 2000-2002); Lead trial counsel representing bank in consumer debt alleged fraud class actions; resolved to client's satisfaction. Pacific Guarantee Mortgage v. Pacific Capital Mortgage(Marin County Superior Court, 1998-1999); Lead trial counsel representing defendant company charged with trade secret misappropriation, employee raiding, and copyright infringements; achieved victory by defeating preliminary injunction motion. Bechtel Wind Turbine Litigation(Northern District of California, 1987-1989); Represented defendant company charged with improper inspection of wind turbines; prevailed on summary judgment. Gilmore Steel Corp. v. United States, 672 F.Supp. 1458 (CIT 1987), rev'd sub nom,Oregon Steel Mills, Inc. v. United States, 862 F.2d 1541 (Fed. Cir. 1988): Represented domestic steel manufacturer in connection with alleged steel dumping by Japanese and Korean steel manufacturers. In re Consolidated Capital Securities Litigation(Northern District of California, 1985-1987); Worked with team defending company in securities fraud litigation. In re Apple Securities Litigation(Northern District of California, 1985-1986); Worked with team defending company in securities fraud litigation.Antitrust Litigation. American Express Travel Related Services Company, Inc. v. Visa USA, Inc. et al., Case No. 04-CV-08967 (SDNY 2004-2007): Lead trial counsel for Washington Mutual and Providian in massive antitrust case filed by American Express against Visa, MasterCard, and various banks with respect to network rules relating to issuance of credit cards; achieved resolution that client found favorable. In re Insurance Antitrust Litigation, 723 F.Supp. 464 (N.D. Cal. 1989), rev'd, 938 F.2d 919 (9th Cir. 1991), aff'd in part and rev'd in partsub nom, Hartford Fire Ins. Co. v. California, 113 S.Ct. 2891, 125 L.Ed.2d 612 (1993): Represented foreign insurers in multi-district litigation initiated by dozens of state attorneys general and private parties who alleged global conspiracies with respect to the pricing and availability of liability insurance; prevailed on summary judgment.Environmental and Insurance Coverage Litigation. Great American Insurance Company v. Michael Chang, et. al.(N.D. Cal. 2012-2013); prevailed on summary judgment and defeated environmental insurance coverage claims. APL Co. PTE Ltd. v. Valley Forge Insurance Company, 2013 U.S.App. LEXIS 20347 (9th Cir. Cal. Oct. 4, 2013); Won Ninth Circuit appeal for insurer establishing no insurance coverage for subject remediation costs. Modesto Irrigation District Pipeline Litigation(Eastern District of California, (2003-2006); Lead counsel representing defendant in case involving responsibility for a pipeline; achieved resolution after successful motion practice. TMX Interactive Mold Litigation(San Francisco Superior Court (2004-2006); Lead counsel representing defendant in toxic mold case; achieved resolution that client found favorable. Three Sisters Ranch Enterprises Environmental Litigation(Northern District of California, 2002-2004); Lead counsel for defendant purchaser of contaminated property; achieved complete victory by proving fraud on summary judgment that led to the rescission of the purchase contract from 16 years earlier and to client not having responsibility for ground and groundwater pollution cleanup. Travelers Cas. and Sur. Co. v. Superior Court, 63 Cal. App. 4th 1440 (1998); Successful amicus briefing on the pollution exclusion contained in general liability policies. Lockheed Insurance Coverage Litigation(Santa Clara Superior Court (1993-2000); Lead counsel for London insurers on numerous issues; victorious at trial in defeating $500 million in claims on Burbank contamination site. Chevron v. Kentucky Agricultural Energy Corporation(San Francisco Superior Court (1987-2000); Represented insurer with respect to claims made under performance guarantee policy as to a fuel ethanol plant; achieved resolution that client found favorable.

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Cyberwarfare Is Here; Is the U.S. Prepared?
Eric J. Sinrod, November 17, 2014
Practically every aspect of life now takes place in cyberspace in addition to in the traditional world we know. While at first blush that generally may sound like a good thing, warfare now also takes place online as part of real conflicts, and not just in the realm of computer games.

High-Tech Violations of International Human Rights
Eric J. Sinrod, November 17, 2014
The United Nations was born in the aftermath of the atrocities committed leading up to World War II. The United Nations Charter is plain in its support for the development of international human rights protection.

The Failure of International Organizations to Prevent War
Eric J. Sinrod, November 17, 2014
World War I was supposed to be the “war to end all wars.” And the League of Nations and the subsequent United Nations were designed to keep countries at peace. But unfortunately, wars are still part of the international landscape, including the emerging threat of cyberwarfare.

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