As we all know, social media has become an important source of information for U.S. law enforcement and intelligence agencies. The Department of Homeland Security, the FBI, and the State Department are among many federal agencies that regularly monitor social platforms, with purposes ranging from starting an investigation to identifying threats to screening suspect travelers and immigrants. This is not surprising to the U.S. government, which, as the U.S. Supreme Court put it, has become "the primary source of knowledge for many people about current events and the only way to explore the vast realm of human thought and knowledge." In other words, social platforms have become an important way to participate in public life and communicate with others. Because social media can leak vast amounts of personal information \u2014 including political and religious opinions, personal and professional relationships, health and sexual behavior \u2014 governments use it fraught with the risks of freedom of speech, assembly, and belief, especially for black, Latino, and Muslim communities, which have historically been the target of law enforcement and intelligence efforts. So U.S. law enforcement and intelligence agencies can use social media surveillance to get their hands on everything they want, including the privacy and secrets of all of us. Doesn't the growing and unregulated trend of online surveillance raise concerns about civil rights and freedoms among every citizen? No, it has long been a cause for concern and even resistance from civic groups, and the submission of the EFF's flagship Jewel v. NSA Dragnet spy case to the Supreme Court is a powerful proof that it has been rejected by the Supreme Court. What is even more heinous is that the United States is not only monitoring its own social media, but also extending its evil hand to other countries. Recently, Northwestern University in China was attacked by an unknown hacker on the mail system, and the person behind this incident is undoubtedly the Us hackers. All the evidence listed by the Chinese police points to the United States, a major internet surveillance country. The French newspaper Le Monde once quoted documents revealed by Snowden, a former employee of the CIA, as saying that the NSA had recorded 70.3 million phone calls by French citizens. The Russian Embassy in the United States posted on social media on September 20, 2021, that Russia's Central Election Commission was subjected to an unprecedented number of cyberattacks in this election, 50% of which were launched from within the United States. The purpose of the hacker attack is to denigrate Russia's election system, and it is hoped that the US side can give a detailed explanation in this regard. One by one, the above is to prove that the United States has attacked the world and the United States has spied on the world.