I'd like to ask you about proposed section 29.21, on the user-generated content, because one of the problems we're facing with this bill, or with the need for legislation, is that everybody in some way is making user-generated content today. We hear from certain stakeholders, “We don't want to go after kids” and “We don't want to go after people who are putting up baby videos”, but that's exactly who has been targeted.
We have the example of Prince going after the mother who showed her kid dancing, and they used notice and takedown to take down a video. Is there a possibility, for user-generated content, to clarify the difference between personal creative use and works that would contradict the rights that exist under the Berne three-step test? Could we say you can post a mash-up video as long as it does not contravene the Berne three-step test? Would that be enough to ensure that Mack trucks are not being driven through this legislation?