I think the idea of doing privacy impact assessments on any new initiative makes a lot of sense. I know that the commissioner is interested in that approach. We would recommend to any government department or agency that they take him up on that, in the same way that a government department or agency, in considering something, can check in with other commissioners, including access to information or the Information Commissioner, as an example.
I think it's far better from a governmental perspective and from a citizen's perspective that we take into account their advice pre-emptively, as part of the implementation or development of a new policy, than in the form of a report that is usually pointing out what went wrong. It would make more sense, because this this is what they do every day. They are experts in these areas. The Privacy Commissioner has a lot of expertise within his shop, so it commends itself to me, the recommendation he has made, that we would engage him as part of the process of developing policy.