No, not at all. I'm a firm believer in the voluntary codes and Canadian broadcast standards that you're talking about. If it works, that's wonderful. The industry itself administers their standards, and we have approved them. We know that if the administrative party comes into place and somebody either refuses to become a member of this voluntary association and therefore we have to deal with them, or deliberately flouts it or goes against the grain, we would have to make an example.
Take the standards council; nearly all broadcasters are members, and they deal with this. We will deal with the few who aren't, and we would then, in the appropriate case, have the ability to use the AMPs. Hopefully we wouldn't have to use them; the mere fact that we have them would induce compliance.