Answer Internet is a network of interconnected computer network which is used to transmit data from one user to another user using communication channels like telephone carrier, so that resources and information could be done efficiently in minimum time. Users can be domestic household, academic users, government network etc. The services used for transmitting data can be e-mail, online chat, video conferencing and web pages which are available through World Wide Web. Internet is a typical example of WAN. In my opinion, Internet should be treated different from real space as per the law because Internet is defined in cyber space which is dynamic in nature involving both human and machines. In physical space Human can act as victim and victimizer but machines cannot be victim. But in cyber space both human and machine can act as a victim as well as victimizer. For example in actual physical space a man using an offending material like iron rod for carrying out a crime then man can be held as victimizer but the material used cannot be held as victimizer. But in case of internet, human who commits a crime like hacking the other users computer system through its computer system. In this case human as well as the computer system shall be treated as victimizer because they are acting as a source of committing crime against other user. The technological intervention and its application is also the factor which separates Cyber space from physical or real world.
In context with jurisdiction, in real world pertain to the limited geographical boundaries. For different countries law pertaining for a particular crime is different but in cyber space we have laws which are not defined by the physical boundaries. For example in case of phishing the crime committed in America the accuser can be bought under the purview of the law even if the victimizer is in