Let me try to clarify.
Clause 78 is designed to deal with using a computer program to collect e-mail addresses. If I were engaged in a lawsuit against you or any other individual, there would be any number of other mechanisms I would use to get the e-mail address or any other information I needed. I could get a deposition, or we'd work through lawyers. But certainly this idea of a prohibition on being able to collect e-mail addresses using a computer program seems to be overstated, because in many of these situations, again, if I'm dealing with a one-on-one case with another individual, there are other ways to get this information without using a computer program.