Prioritise intent, not effects: A nuanced approach to DDoS cyber attacks and free speech

Read  Izaan Khan’s article about having a nuanced view of DDoS cyber attacks on Legal Cheek :

Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks are attempts to temporarily take down a system (usually an online service through its web server) by overloading it with traffic from multiple sources. It can be analogised to having a large crowd of people disrupting or blocking access to some place… Or can it?

Read his full article here.

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