Thanks very much.
I'm wary of relitigating PIPEDA. We did a fulsome study on privacy protection. We made recommendations, and a lot of what both of you have said would be answered to varying degrees if those recommendations were adopted.
On the competition question, this is new territory for us in many ways, so I want to visit that in more detail.
You, Mr. Stucke, identified eight potential antitrust harms. A number of those were related to privacy and over-collection of data, surveillance and implications of security breaches. Let's bracket all that relates to data protection and privacy, because we've had that conversation at length.
Let's talk instead about innovation, the other potential harms and the tools that are required to address those potential harms.
Let's take one other item off the table, which I think is pretty obvious. If a company is using data to prefer their own product, we already have rules that preclude that from happening, so let's take that off the table as well. We heard from the CRTC that, when certain platforms, certain ISPs, prefer their own video platform over others, a streaming platform over others, it's contrary to the law, so let's bracket that.
As for the other potential antitrust harms, in your view, what are the tools required to address them?