Chair, thank you very much for this.
I thank you, witnesses, for being here today.
It's a real pleasure and a treat to be back on the industry committee. It feels like old times.
As the author of the first anti-spam legislation in 2002-03, I'm really pleased that, several years later, Mr. Chair, we're getting onto this and, more importantly, the lawful access.
I'm going to start to charge a copyright fee for all the ideas that are now being taken by my colleagues.
Mr. Chair, I wanted to ask a question.
Ms. Denham, following up on Ms. Coady's remarks this morning on the collection, the enforcement of a private right, and the purpose of enforcement and the law, it would appear to me that provisions or exceptions have not been made to those two types of actions that have been legally enforced.
How do you reconcile the two? If I have a legal mandate to acquire personal information or collect an address, either by law or by a private right of action, what trumps the other? Which one prevails--your law or the law ordered by a court?