Posted on: Mon 2 Sep 2019
A NASA astronaut has been recently accused of accessing her ex-wife’s bank accounts from a computer on the International Space Station.
Now questions have been raised about which national laws would be applied to the accused in the first alleged incident of a space crime.
Associate Professor of Constitutional and International Law at Bond University, Danielle Ireland-Piper, joins Breakfast‘s Zoe Kounadis and Tom Mann to discuss this case, and broader issues surrounding space law.
Produced by: Zoe Kounadis
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