If I may, I'll add just one thing. As you know, we're currently reviewing the Access to Information Act, and we'll be coming forward in the future with new legislation on that. With both of them being introduced in 1983, the Privacy Act and the Access to Information Act, technology has affected both of them in different ways. One of the things we're looking at in terms of the Access to Information Act is having a full review every five years after we introduce the legislation in 2017: having a full review in 2018 and every five years after that, such that we're never in a place where it's as dated.
That applies to the Access to Information Act. The Treasury Board is taking the lead role in terms of the reform, but it applies very much to access to information. I don't know to what extent, but I think it's good governance to have periodic reviews of acts, particularly given the rapidity of change in terms of technology and information technology. It's something that makes a lot of sense.