General Assembly Resolution # 364
A resolution to repeal previously passed legislation.
General Assembly Resolution #360 “Cyber Security Convention” (Category: International Security; Strength: Significant) shall be struck out and rendered null and void.
The World Assembly,
Commending GAR #360's goals of reducing cyber terrorism, and ensuring the security of networks, computers, and other such technologies,
Convinced that despite the good intentions of the target resolution, it fails to meet the standards of quality, and ethics, expected from the World Assembly,
Noting the entirely extraneous definition of 'cyber technology',
Confused by the target resolution's usage of the undefined term 'cyber devices',
Disturbed at the fact that the target resolution forces Member-States to infringe the personal freedoms of their citizenry in regards to the security of networks, computers, and other such technologies,
Further Disturbed by the target Resolution's mandate to "... actively pursue and prosecute individuals or groups actively engaging in or promoting cyber terrorism by any means necessary", effectively forcing Member-States to infringe the rights of their citizenry, while in pursuit of cyber terrorists,
Alarmed by the target Resolution's failure to classify attacks for the purpose of obtaining information as cyber warfare or terrorism,
Extremely Annoyed by the continued and constant usage of the term 'cyber' within the text, and title, of the target resolution,
Hoping that a superior resolution takes its place,
Hereby Repeals General Assembly Resolution # 360, Cyber Security Convention.