When I do something online, I am physically in some legal jurisdiction (residence), and there is ample evidence that if my act is not legal I may face penalties by my state/government for actions I made in the computer in my residence.
If my action is not illegal in my state of residence but it is on the state/government where the servers are housed, does that mean I have committed a crime in the state where the servers are? While extradition for a violation like this seems unlikely, visiting the area could cause issues, as you would now physically be in the jurisciction where the "crime occurred".
Free speech/defamation and 'age of consent' laws are two probable scenarios where this could occur.
Are there any examples of a user being charged in state/government with the commission of a crime based on server rather than physical location?