It's a very good question.
In the time I've been Privacy Commissioner, which is a little over eight years now, yes, things have evolved tremendously. The pace at which we have to rethink and reposition ourselves has just increased exponentially.
All over the world people are looking at what the definition is of “personal information”, what should be public and private, and of course at the same time you have the parallel discussion about open government and all of those developments.
I don't know that there's any one resource that would help us. This is part of our work, but certainly one of the places where we've invested in the last few years is setting up our technology analysis branch. The director is here, if you would like to hear more about what that branch does. And there are six or seven people who are very specialized in information technology who analyze mainly what happens on the web, what's happening with mobile apps, what the implication is, and they advise us on our investigations.