I have two short questions, but they're bit complicated.
I'll start with a comparison. When we look at money laundering schemes, we see that in some cases you have a bunch of companies whose structure doesn't explain the commercial activities. It's not illegal to incorporate companies, but to find 10, 15, or 20 companies in a structure that does not need that many companies is an indicator of something. It's not proof. It's an indicator.
If we look at what we have in the data you looked at, it's not illegal to have code. It's normal for a marketing company to develop code to better know their client base. What are the indicators that suggest, yes, it makes sense in certain cases, but in our case it doesn't make sense because these are the indicators that suggest, let's say, that something is fishy?
I'm asking the question because the former head of the FBI, Mr. Comey, said this week that Canada is likely to be the next target of Russian hackers. It's not an operation that you start the day after you wake up and say that it's a good idea. You have to put in place a number of things, a number of indicators that we have to look at. What would be those indicators?