You know the server that allows you to view this post, from any spot in the world, might sit at any place on that same Earth, right?

But do you intend to access the post from a particular server, in a specific spot?

Whew! Good for you. Because if you did, you might have consented to trial in the remote server's not-very-convenient (for you) location. See MacDermid, Inc. v. Deiter, No. 11-5388 (2d Cir. Dec. 26, 2012) (holding that Connecticut court may exercise personal jurisdiction over Canadian who may have accessed employer's confidential information on server in Waterbury after learning of her "impending termination").