We currently don’t know what the rules are for the Internet. We don’t have a truly defined law for governing and developing the Internet Culture for the entire World. We haven’t created them because we don’t know all the ways in which cybercriminals will take advantage of the new technology frontier. However, more recent patterns like ransomware have given us a more promising understanding for finally defining “criminal” behavior. You can also account for the fact that we have a degree of understanding because of our current cultural norms. With so many different cultural differences, society norms across the world will have to compromise for the Internet, and it’s up to the citizens of the world to make it happen. Once accepted, no single cultural creation will have ever affected as many people.