The latest news that the National Security Agency and FBI are collecting data directly from the servers of nine leading U.S. Internet companies made big waves Thursday evening.

Among members of Congress, though, the response has been crickets.

Eighteen hours after the story broke, basically no leading members of Congress have weighed in on the program. That stands in stark contrast to the swift and full-throated response to Wednesday's revelation that the NSA collected all of Verizon's phone records, both from opponents of the surveillance and supporters.