This shouldn't be too surprising. The word "cyberspace" was created by author William Gibson in the early 1980's. He explained that "cyberspace" exists in our imaginations. In his fiction he described it as a "consensual hallucination" shared by billions. I'm pretty happy with that as a working definition.
Laws exist in the real world and define relationships between people who live in the real world. Laws also define the relationship between a given state and the people who have an impact on people in that state. Enforcement of law is carried out by people who use varying degrees of force with respect to other people. The common denominator? People. People who live in a real and physical world.
There is no "state" of cyberspace. It has no meaningful existence as a "place".
There is a lot more to say about this, but not today.