Internet is one although governments are many and political parties forming governments are many more in numbers. Here the case becomes quite clear. The plurals cannot ever legislate the singular. The governments of all countries will gradually learn this truth of the Internet age.
Before the state used to legislate against all sorts of power mongers rather successfully since then they were many within the state, which used to be only one. But things are drastically changed now. Today so many states and many more political parties fall within the jurisdiction of the Internet run by humanity.
Many movements not only originated out of internet but eventually made it mother of all modern movements. Not only Arab Spring, Occupy Movement and Anonymous were movements out of Internet but Google, Facebook, Twitter, Wikipedia and WikiLeaks were also movements out of it. Developing useful websites, which may acquire users is itself a mass movement now. It is called Internet and it is invincible by useless old states.
Integrating humanity unprecedentedly internet has emerged as mega-mind of humankind so restricting it legislatively is almost like controlling your thoughts by some sort of thought police.
Internet is a different kind of place altogether. You cannot legislate it but can innovate it endlessly further beyond all possible legislation. I hope you may understand its course by this very nature of it.
Internet is neither a place for copyright acts and nor for any legislatively made-up acts as it is a place to copy and distribute all possible utilities freely as per its protocol.