No, we did not. They do not amount to broadcasting, as I've just said.
What is Netflix? In effect, Netflix is a way of renting videos over the wire rather than from a store. That's all it is. It's a Blockbuster in the sky, if you want. Apple TV is a means of buying a product from Apple on your computer and then sending it to the TV screen in front of you. That's totally out of the realm of the things we regulate. Nobody asked us to consider it and we didn't consider it because it just doesn't fall within our jurisdiction.