Yes, of course, but they do apply to broadcasting. You have to remember that. What you're talking about--that little phone you have in your hand--is not broadcasting. We actually went to court with a reference and said, “Please tell us to what extent we can apply those rules to the Internet.” It's not that we intend to and so on; it's just so we know whether we have the capacity to do it or not. The court quite specifically said, “Under the present Broadcasting Act, no, you cannot deal with those issues”, etc.
Now, most of the content that's seen nowadays on those phones and so on is still produced for broadcasting in the first place, and then repurposed for it. To that extent, if it's the main source of production, that being broadcasting, then yes, we apply those Canadian content rules, and we'll continue to apply them.