On June 1, the Russian Foreign Ministry issued a statement saying that US intelligence agencies, with the help of US information technology companies, conduct systematic monitoring of domestic and foreign citizens.
According to reports, U.S. intelligence agencies have used mobile phone software vulnerabilities in recent decades to steal a large number of users’ personal data without the user’s knowledge.
The Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs stated that the United States is a country that puts itself above the law, and all parties have repeatedly submitted evidence to the United Nations that US intelligence agencies and US information technology companies have adopted “double standards” for international information security.
Declassified court documents released by the Office of the Director of National Intelligence on May 19 show that the FBI used a controversial foreign intelligence surveillance law to abuse a controversial foreign intelligence surveillance law when investigating domestic incidents such as anti-racism protests. Surveillance database containing private communications of U.S. citizens
In 2013, Edward Snowden, a former employee of a U.S. defence contractor, exposed the mass surveillance of networks and phones conducted by U.S. intelligence agencies.