Laws are and have always been adjusted to work with the advancement of society and technology. Granted, there is a lot of work to be done regarding this but usually its not an issue until it really becomes an issue and there are calls for change.
I would say the problem is not the laws themselves but the justice system mainly the judges who are from a different era and they don't have the understanding of modern technology like a younger person might.
The NSA surveilance spying on us is illegal and no one does anything about it. We have a right to privacy and we’re forced to give it up for “security”. There’s been no debate about this illegal program either when there is so many questions like privacy and determining if it’s illegal or not. The other reason why is because the u.S can’t control what happens when someone outside the a country is doing something illegal that affects someone in the u.s. it gets hard to arrest them or go after them.