What we have right now is a regulatory body that controls and protects Canadian content in two areas through which content is primarily delivered. However, there is now a third area. For example, the children in my household don't watch TV, and they rarely listen to the radio. They watch their computers.
I get content over the computer. With this change in paradigm, right now you're basically the gatekeeper when it comes to protecting Canadian content, but there's a hole in your gate that you have no jurisdiction over. Is that accurate?