Who has that right to make them?
The Internet is an international network of interconnected computers. It is the outgrowth of what began in 1969 as a military program called "ARPANET," which was designed to enable computers operated by the military, defense contractors, and universities conducting defense-related research to communicate with one another by redundant channels even if some portions of the network were damaged in a war. While the ARPANET no longer exists,
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is no one. There isn't a single country in the world that has the right to place rules on what happens in cyberspace. What it comes down to is how can the world come to agreement with rules that should be on the Internet. Especially with Europe having much more lenient laws than the United States. The whole thing could just be a big mess, it would be almost impossible to create laws for everyone.