Re we all better off in a world where the Internet does not affect states control of what happens inside their borders?

Jack Goldsmith and Timothy Wu argue that we are all better off in a world where the Internet does not affect states control of what happens inside their borders. Milton Mueller disagrees. In your answer, assess this debate, the strengths and weaknesses of both sides of the argument, and reach your own conclusion as to how best to balance state sovereignty and cross border information flows.