Thank you, Chair.
It's nice to see you again, as well, Mr. Therrien.
I am coming at this conversation from a layperson's point of view, which I think is actually an advantage in this one. For the broader Canadian public, the travelling public looking to get to the U.S., it's about setting expectations. What you've told us here today is that the expectation Canadians should have is that it is entirely foreseeable and quite legal for a U.S. customs officer to insist to receive all the information on any electronic device they have coming through the border.