Mr. Butt, that's for you as a legislator to decide. You can say, “The act does not apply, period,” in which case it doesn't apply; or you can say, “The act applies, but this information can be withheld, provided A, B, C, etc.” It's one way or another.
Unfortunately, the section in dispute here has been drafted in such a way that you have a double exemption. The act does not apply, except it does apply, and that's given rise to the dispute in the interpretation. It's really a question of which approach you want to do. We have some areas where we clearly say that access to information does not apply, and then the commissioner can say...and there are others where it's the other way around, and there's exemption, but you have to justify it.
It's your choice to decide which way you want to go.