Under the legislation, under ECPA, our office doesn't get any new enforcement powers; it doesn't change the way we're structured or how we approach investigations, but individuals can file complaints with our office about unsolicited commercial e-mail, about the unauthorized use of personal information. Of course, an e-mail address is personal information under PIPEDA, so we would be investigating that.
As well, there is education for businesses, education for individuals. But unlike our federal partners, who are going to share enforcement of this legislation, we don't have order-making power; we don't have administrative monetary penalties, for example. So the CRTC and the Competition Bureau, who are going to assist in the enforcement of anti-spam, have stronger enforcement powers. All we can do is make recommendations. We have to turn to the Federal Court for enforcement.