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Garousi N. Legal Analysis of the Challenges of Applying for Territorial Sovereignty in Cyberspace. pos 2022; 4 (3) :224-234
URL: http://psp.modares.ac.ir/article-42-57589-en.html
PhD Faculty member of Political Science Department, Payame Noor University ,Alborz, Iran. , nasergarousi@gmail.com
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The issue of territorial claims of countries in cyberspace, which is done with the aim of extending territorial sovereignty from real geography to cyberspace, can have different dimensions from a legal point of view. Because a diverse range of national, non-national, private actors, public institutions and citizens are present in cyberspace, each of which pursues its own interests in this space, and the efforts of each to exercise sovereignty in this space can lead to the reaction of other actors and legally complicates the issue of governance and governance of cyberspace. For the author of this article, this issue became a research issue worthy of attention and provided the ground for him to study the various dimensions of this issue with the help of the literature in the knowledge of international law. To achieve this goal in this study, in the first step, an attempt will be made to use the concept of customary international trade law to assess the issue of legal interaction across national borders and territorial sovereignty of countries and then will try to investigate this issue that which factors do affect the exercise of sovereignty in cyberspace by different countries?. In the following, by examining these factors, the legal consequences of countries territorial claims in cyberspace will be examined, and this issue will also be discussed that what consequences will ultimately have the territorial claims which cause the conflict of interests in cyberspace from the perspective of international law?
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Article Type: Original Research | Subject: Political Spatial Planning
Received: 2021/12/2 | Accepted: 2022/02/9 | Published: 2022/05/31

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