Physical damage falls in which layer of OSI?

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Physical damage of the device or stealing it falls in which layer of OSI?
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Did not see anything listed in the OSI Model definition about failure or theft at any level.

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  • ToddN2000
    Sound like a class assignment or interview question.. Check your study material. If not one of those scenarios, then is there a business case for the question?
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  • Subhendu Sen
    Assuming you are in a learning process. Better read your study materials and gain solid knowledge. Here is a good reference for more knowledge, 'The OSI Model: Simply Explained', by Ronald Schlager
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  • Jazzpan20
    This is not my answer...kindly tell yes or no if you know!
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  • Subhendu Sen
    What is your study books say? Have you read as suggested erstwhile. Also buy this book as mentioned and you will get solid knowledge and answer. Not possible to provide direct answer as this is your assignment or home work.
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