In late 2011, representative from China, Russia, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan submitted a proposal called the International Code of Conduct for Information Security (ICCIS) to the UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon that called for international consensus of a global set of rules and regulations that standardize information flow on the internet.
The ICCIS sets forth specific "principles of maintaining information and network security which cover the political, military, economic, social, cultural, technical and other aspects."
The ICCIS mandates that countries not be allowed to use information and telecommunications technologies "to conduct hostile behaviors and acts of aggression or to threaten international peace and security and stress that countries have the rights and obligations to protect their information and cyberspace as well as key information and network infrastructure from threats, interference and sabotage attacks."
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