Experts have shown that legal accountability in cyberspace is analogous to the frailty of formal law during the Wild West era of Westward expansion in the United States, and others have shown that cyberspace is in fact ‘the most governed ungoverned space’ that exists today. How is it that both interpretations are true? Put simply, this is because existing laws applicable to cyberspace use a scope that is far too narrow to address a matter of global proportions such as that which is affecting the world wide web. Wherefore, we the people of cyberspace must realize the need to expand the scope of consideration to one of international scale when approaching the matter of creating and implementing laws applicable to cyberspace. Since the web is a global entity, the only way to ensure that activities within its territory remain fruitful, equitable, and inclusive, is by ensuring predictable and proportional reactions to cybercrimes universally through the implementation and application of cyberlaw with an internationally inclusive scope. Henceforth, the following analysis will argue that we the people of cyberspace must accept the need for an internationally oriented approach toward the creation and implementation of enforceable laws applicable to cyberspace in order to preserve the utilitarian utility of cyberspace as it exists today.
 Brantly, A; (2016); p 29.