Mrs. Denham, Mr. Caron, and Mr. Baggaley, the discussion has been very useful. I'm sure that the members would like to be kept apprised of developments.
Mrs. Denham, you described how PIPEDA is not a prescriptive piece of legislation; it has principles more than anything. You talked about the spirit in the guidelines and reasonable interpretation that allow us to address these things on an ongoing basis. We have to continue to assess whether there are changes that can be stretched that far. It becomes a problem when you start talking about spatial issues and the technology of accessing information, interfering with it, modifying it, or stealing it in a mode that we can probably only dream about right now.
I want to thank all of you for coming. We certainly appreciate your thoughtful answers to the members' questions. We look forward to seeing you, your colleagues, and the commissioner in the very near future about the government response to the quick-fix issues on the Privacy Act. I understand that November 5 is our scheduled date, and an invitation has been sent to the commissioner. We look forward to having that discussion with you at that time.
Thank you kindly. You're excused. We have another matter of business to deal with.
At the last meeting a matter was raised about a motion that did not have the prescribed 48 hours of notice. That timeframe has now been satisfied. That motion has been circulated to you
The member has the right to present the motion to the committee, so I'm going to--