Thank you very much, Mr. Chair.
Commissioner, when I was looking on your website, I saw a statement that I'm going to read for you, because I won't remember it exactly if I don't read it. It says:
Globalization raises the challenge of trying to find a cross-border privacy language. Technological advances hold out the promise of greater convenience, but sometimes at a cost to human rights such as privacy and the ability to control our personal information.
That's the quote from the website. Do you really think that a cross-border privacy language is possible for everyone on the Internet?