That's right. We've heard from data protection commissioners in Europe that they're using our report as a road map to help them in their dialogue with other social networking sites. There's never been a case in which we heard from so many ordinary Canadians who picked up the phone or sent us an e-mail to say thanks for the good work of the commission.
What we had to do here is find a reasonable balance, knowing that it's a business model that operates for free on the Internet—because it really is based on serving advertising—between that and the reasonable expectation of privacy. So really, a lot of our recommendations were about knowledge, transparency, safeguards, and all of the issues we've been talking about today.
It worked, and other social networking sites.... I had a meeting with another major social networking site this week that again is using the report and consultations with our office to make changes to their service.