I guess I'm talking particularly about regulatory authorities, various organizations that different governments have tasked with trying to regulate cross-border privacy. Yes, I do think it's possible.
In the time I've been in this field, I think we've made quite a bit of progress on moving together approaches to the regulation of personal information, particularly online. There's an intense dialogue going on now between the European Union, as it's being restructured after the changes in the Lisbon treaty, and the United States, about parameters for exchange of cross-border personal information, both in the national security setting and in the consumer setting.
So yes, the good news is that while the technologies continue, the dialogue has never been, I think, as productive and congenial.