My next question is from the perspective of the Canadian Parliament, or perhaps Elections Canada. We value the integrity of our electoral system. We wouldn't want to see foreign powers interfere in our election campaigns and use our citizens' personal data to influence electoral behaviour, people's perceptions or even election results.
However, I have the impression that states are very heavy and very slow institutions. Here, for example, until very recently, MPs had to send authorisations by fax. It's a bit like running on roller skates behind a Ferrari and being constantly late.
What advice would you give us to ensure that our legislation to protect our citizens is up to date and appropriate?
Here, the whole process is a bit archaic. It's not very modern, and it's generally quite slow.