Sergei Zhelezhyak, deputy speaker of the Russian Duma, and Ruslan Gattarov, head of the Federation Council’s Information Policy Committee, have both called for limitations on placing Russian data — both personal and governmental — on foreign servers.

Konstantin Dolgov, the human rights commissioner for Russia’s Foreign Ministry, said the Kremlin is looking to ” take protective measures to plug leaks of online national security information,” according to The Free Beacon.

“U.S. officials said the officials’ comments are part of a campaign by Moscow to use the disclosures from Snowden to warn that social media poses national security dangers,” the Free Beacon reports.