A Russian regulatory body is auditing Procter & Gamble’s compliance with the country’s data laws, according to a report published by Reuters.

Russia has tightened its regulation of internet data over the past five years, and companies are obliged to comply with a number of privacy controls, including storing personal data on servers in Russia, deleting certain search results, and sharing encryption keys on messaging apps with security services.

The agency’s checks are expected to be completed at the end of the month. There is no suggestion at this point of wrong-doing on P&G’s part.