Last week, 27 countries—including the members of the international intelligence alliance Five Eyes—entered into a joint agreement outlining what is and is not acceptable behavior in cyberspace. But as it currently stands, such an endeavor may not carry much legal teeth.

While the agreement does mention that there should be consequences for “bad behavior in cyberspace” and even provides a few prime examples of what that kind of activity might look like, it’s scarce on actual details of what a punishment might entail.

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