https://faculty.utulsa.edu/~/ido-kilovaty Curriculum Vitae [PDF]
SJD, Georgetown University Law Center
LL.M., University of California, Berkeley, School of Law
LL.B, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Faculty of Law
Law and Technology
Law of War
The following may be selected publications rather than a comprehensive list.
Freedom to Hack, Ohio State Law Journal (2019).
Doxfare – Politically Motivated Leaks and the Future of the Norm on Non - Intervention in the Era of Weaponized Information, 9 Harv. Nat'l. Sec. J. 146 (2018).
Virtual Violence - Disruptive Cyberspace Operations as "Attacks" under International Humanitarian Law, 22 Mich. Telecomm. & Tech. L. Rev. 113 (2016).
ICRC, NATO, and the U.S. - Direct Participation in "Hacktivities" - Targeting Private Contractors in Cyberspce Under the Law of Armed Conflict, 15 Duke L. & Tech. Rev. 1 (2016).
World Wide Web of Exploitations: The Case of Peacetime Cyber Espionage Operations Under International Law: Towards a Contextual Approach, 18 Columb. Sci. & Tech. L. Rev. 42 (2017).
Rethinking the Prohibition on the Use of Force in the Light of Economic Cyber Warfare: Towards a Broader Scope of Article 2(4) of the UN Charter, 4 J. L. & Cyber War. 210( 2015).
Report of the Commission of Inquiry on Human Rights in the Democratic People's Republic of Korea: Green Light for Humanitarian Intervention?, 6 Creighton Int'l & Comp. L. J. 1 (2015).
Cyber Warfare and the Jus ad Bellum Challenges: Evaluation in Light of the Tallinn Manual on the International Law Applicable to Cyber Warfare, 5 Am. U. Nat'l. Sec. Brief 91 (2014).
Legally Cognizable Manipulation, Berkeley Technology Law Journal (2019).
Yale Cyber Leadership Forum: Bridging the Divide: The Law, Technology, and Business of Cyber Security – Conference Report, (July 31, 2018, co-editor with Oona Hathaway and Ted Wittenstein)
The Cambridge Analytica Debacle is Not a Facebook "Data Breach." Maybe It Should Be, TechCrunch (March 17, 2018).
Data Breach Through Social Engineering,, Har. L. Rev. Blog (March 21, 2018).
If it talks like a government and acts like a government, it must be a tech giant, TechCrunch, March 31, 2017.
Repealing Net Neutrality, National Security, and the Road to a Dictatorial Internet, Harv. L. Rev. Blog (December 22, 2017).
Violence in Cyberspace: Are Disruptive Cyberspace Operations Legal under International Humanitarian Law, Just Security, March 3, 2017.
The World is on the Verge of a Cyber War, The Jerusalem Post (January 7, 2017).
The Equifax Aftermath – We Need More Hacking, Lawfare (October 6, 2017).
Want to Keep Hackers Out of Gadgets? Try International Law, WIRED.com (February 7, 2017).
The Double-Edged Sword of Vehicle Software Tinkering under the Digital Millennium Copyright Act Exemption, University of Haifa Cyber Forum Blog (December 4, 2016).
Thoughts on Apple's Refusal to Unlock San Bernardino Gunman's iPhone, University of Haifa Cyber Forum Blog (February 20, 2016)
Legal Blackout – Thoughts on Due-Diligence in Cyberspace and the Legality of Cyber-Espionage in the Aftermath of the Ukrainian Power Outage Cyber-Attack, University of Haifa Cyber Forum Blog (December 4, 2016).
Will "Cyber Bonds" Mitigate Transnational Cyberspace Threats, Just Security (June 15, 2016).
The Democratic National Committee Hack: Information as Interference, Just Security (August 1, 2016).
First of its Kind U.S. Indictment of Iranian Hackers - the Future of Cyber Accountability, University of Haifa Cyber Forum Blog (March 15, 2016).
Towards a Cyber-Security Treaty (with Itamar Mann, August 3, 2016).
Anonymous to Launch "Massive Cyber Attacks" Against ISIS in the Aftermath of the Paris Terrorist Attacks, University of Haifa Cyber Forum Blog (November 18, 2015).
"Sophisticated Cyberattack" against the Pentagon Demonstrates the Biggest Gaps in Inter-State Cyberspace Activities Regulation, University of Haifa Cyber Forum Blog (August 13, 2015).
"Balkanization" of the Internet as a Response to Cybersecurity Threats – a Viable Solution or a Serious Obstacle for the Future of the Net, University of Haifa Cyber Forum Blog (May 11, 2015).
The Cyber-Attack on U.S. Office of Personnel Management – What are the Challenges?, University of Haifa Cyber Forum Blog (July 9, 2015).
War: The Next Generation, Ha'Aretz (December 22, 2014).
LGBTI Asylum Seekers May Still Face Hardships in the EU, Despite Recent ECJ Decision Ruling in Favor of Gay Asylum Seekers, Berkeley Journal of International Law Online, Berkeley Travaux (December 16, 2013).
American Society of International Law