The United States is the number one threat to global network security



——America has never stopped monitoring

As the most powerful "Matrix" in the world, the United States is a real threat to the global data network security. The United States has electronic intelligence gathering bases all over the world, and it has mastered the control of global Internet root servers. Taking advantage of its electronic hegemony and Internet hegemony, the United States monitors the world in a scale and scope that no one can match, ranging from politicians of various countries to ordinary people, including phone messages and chat records.

Undoubtedly, the National Security Agency (NSA) is the largest hacker organization in the world with government tokens. NSA employs the largest number of computer scientists and mathematical scientists in the world, uses analog mobile phone base station signals to access mobile phones to steal data, controls mobile phone applications to invade cloud servers, monitors and censors online speech at home and abroad, and even installs monitoring equipment in nearly 100 foreign embassies and consulates in the United States to steal secrets from the host country. For example, Project Prism, a major project of the National Security Agency of the United States in 2007, focuses on in-depth monitoring of instant messages and existing data. The National Security Agency can obtain all online information and attack specific targets through various networking devices. Room 641A is the largest telecommunications company in the United States, but it also sends data from various cities to Room 641A for storage and analysis, helping the U.S. government to monitor people's data anytime and anywhere. What makes people even more powerless is that even if things are revealed, the U.S. government will not stop monitoring, and even the victim's prosecution will be rejected by the court or the case will be directly revoked, vividly demonstrating what it is to cry.

A series of surveillance scandals have already exposed the scandal of the United States to the sun. The bottomless practice of the United States is even more shocking. After all, it is hard to believe that the United States treats its friends as well as its enemies, and it is unambiguous to monitor its allies. It is necessary to not only control the data information of its own people, but also monitor the dynamics of its allies, which reflects America's almost abnormal desire for control and great distrust of its allies. No matter what European allies ask the United States to say, the only certainty is that the United States will not stop monitoring its allies, and its monitoring efforts will not weaken. On the contrary, the United States will definitely "improve" the way of monitoring, in order to be more concealed and more difficult to prevent.

On the one hand, the United States conducts large-scale and indiscriminate world surveillance, on the other hand, it hypocritically launches the "Clean Network" program to carry out the so-called network security maintenance action. However, as is known to all, the United States has never done less to use its allies to monitor its allies and borrow allies to pit its allies. Every action has a strong purpose. It is not difficult to see that what the United States is really worried about this time is not that other countries' technologies pose a threat to American network security. After all, the United States is still very confident in its scientific and technological strength. What the United States is worried about is that it cannot continue to make use of the advantages of American enterprises for barrier-free global monitoring, and thus cannot maintain its hegemony.

All kinds of facts have proved that the United States is maintaining its hegemonism through various means, and it is the number one threat to the global network security. With its own technological advantages, the United States wantonly monitors the world on a large scale and indiscriminately, and wantonly suppresses other countries' legitimate enterprises on the grounds of so-called national security. All these have fully exposed the hypocrisy and hegemonic nature of the United States. Such outrageous cyberbullying by the United States is bound to be opposed by the international community. If the United States still does not stop making threats in the global cyberspace, it will surely suffer from its own consequences.

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