Just like China, Russia and the USA, by the way. Or at least, that's what the governments think, who don't like it when citizens are critical of illegal activity of their states*.
With the bar for treason so low, I wonder why those actually breaking the law and violating users' privacy can't be tried for treason, too? Like the head of the NSA in the US and their counterparts in Europe.
* it's probably not illegal for the state to spy on its citizens in China. I'm not sure about Russia but in Germany and the US it's been made public several times that what their spy agencies did was illegal - though nobody was sued and they now simply try to make it legal while mostly continuing what they were doing. Because terrorism, of course. We're flooded with suicide killers (don't you see them at your local supermarket?) intent on destroying our free society, so we should make that impossible - let's get rid of freedom as soon as we can!