Edward Snowden, the now infamous NSA leaker, said that his worst fear was that everything would stay the same. For a while, it looked as if his fear would be realized, that his leaks would fail to change anything about the international security status quo. But today, I have good news for Snowden. Things are changing in perhaps the least likely of places: Russia. To guard against the heightened possibility of leaks, the agency responsible for the Kremlin’s security is spending 486,540 Rubles ($14,909) on new typewriters. This measure at the same time reduces the likelihood of leaks and makes it easier to catch potential leakers, as each document can be traced to the typewriter it comes from.