Our collaboration with provincial counterparts and international counterparts requires information-sharing agreements. Those will be established. It's based on information-sharing between other data protection commissioners who operate internationally and also in the provinces.
Right now the Privacy Commissioner has the ability to share information only with Alberta, B.C., and Quebec, because they have substantially similar commercial privacy legislation.
This broadens our ability to share information with other data protection commissioners. It also allows us to share information with an authority like the FTC and other foreign authorities that are combatting spam and have a similar requirement.
So there will be information-sharing agreements.