It's going on my desk.
I wanted to ask about the situation around whole-body scanning. I know you've done some work on it. Recently, I gather, there has been some...well, there's always a lot of activity around this. I think the transport committee is actually looking at it right now and has had some interesting testimony.
But two things have caught my eye recently. One is the experience of Schiphol airport in the Netherlands. They've put in place some further requirements around whole-body scanning that remove even the direct connection between the person reviewing the scan and the person being scanned. It makes it even more indirect, but still, apparently, effective. Also, in the United States, I gather that the Department of Homeland Security was recently petitioned by a number of privacy and civil liberties organizations, who were citing a whole range of privacy concerns, to stop the deployment of whole-body scanners.
I'm just wondering if any of those reports or that other work is causing you to take a further look at this. Or are you doing an ongoing watch on this subject?