Sen. Susan Collins (D-Maine) on Monday said it would be “absolutely shocking” if Edward Snowden had access to the information he claims to have leaked.

“The idea that a 29-year-old individual with so little experience had access to this kind of information reminds me very much of the Wikileaks case,” Collins, a member of the Senate Intelligence panel, told reporters.

“And at the very least, it shows that we need to be much more careful in granting apparently unfettered access to highly classified information that individuals who have little experience and who have not demonstrated that they have the trust and the integrity and capacity to keep that information classified,” she said.