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Cyber-insurance shock: Zurich refuses to foot NotPetya ransomware clean-up bill – and claims it's 'an act of war'

MonsieurTM

Given that it was the UK govt that claimed it was an act of wat, with very little intelligence to back it up. One might assume Zurich have consulted their extensive legal panel. Does this imply that relatively unfounded govt statements can now carry considerable legal weight? If found for the claimant, then that would put the UK govt"s claim of an act off war on very shaky legal basis...

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