Okay, that's very helpful.
I'm surprised this hasn't been raised, but in your conclusion, you talk about your amendments and you conclude with:
Without this amendment the Commission's ability to address spam will be compromised significantly.
You're saying if you don't get this amendment, the legislation will be seriously compromised. You might want to expand upon that.
Also, if you are going to be doing work with the FCC, what information would you be sharing with it during an investigation? An investigation doesn't mean that someone is guilty; it means that someone is being investigated. I would like to know how we would protect people's personal privacy, especially given that the American Patriot Act is something we can't control and exposes Canadians to loss of public information when it enters into the U.S. stream.