It's the same. What I'm saying is that I am a regulator who has to apply the law. In the law.... For instance, if you asked me the same question in relation to national security, asking me which is my greatest consideration, the disclosure of information related to national security or the preservation of national security interests, my response would be that I have to apply section 15 in the Access to Information Act and apply the existing case law that pertains to this national security exemption. My job as a regulator is to ensure that my recommendations or my orders in relation to that provision are compliant with the law; that's what I have to do.
Those are the bases on which my recommendations are based. I always have to weigh both the interests of transparency and the interests of secrecy. That is exactly what I do. Whether it's personal information, national security, investigations of law enforcement bodies, or commercially sensitive information, my job is always to weigh and balance those interests that are embedded in the Access to Information Act.