The conflict of jurisdiction in information and cyber crime cases has become a big problem in the current internet criminal justice governance in China. The existing rules of criminal jurisdiction in China are complex in form and strict in system, which are still unable to properly determine the final attribution of the jurisdiction in information and cyber crime cases. On the contrary, various jurisdiction conflicts have formed in judicial practice. The main reason is that a series of jurisdiction conflicts have been formed within the jurisdiction rules, such as the excessive expansion of the interpretation of the place of crime, the second conflict of the designated jurisdiction, the internal discord of the merger of cases and the negative consequences of the superior jurisdiction. Due to the characteristics of the information and cyber crime, the conflict of jurisdiction cannot be completely eliminated. The appropriate countermeasures should be to coordinate the specific conflicts, mainly including simplifying the identification type of crime location based on the principle of close association, improving the standardized standards for the application of designated jurisdiction, establishing the compulsory merger rules and separate case handling standards, and conducting jurisdiction tests on some special cybercrimes for internet courts.