There was also some talk about general updates on computers. We all have this. Windows needs an update and Microsoft just automatically accesses the computer and updates the software. But there was some concern that there would be cases in which there was an urgent need for an update on the computer and, under the provisions of this bill, a company wouldn't be able to actually access the computer to put that urgent update on there.
It seems to me that if there is a need for an outside source to access their computer, and they actually have the means to do that--they know where the IP address is to be able to get in and get onto your computer--there has to be a way that they got that information in the first place. Thus, there would be a mechanism for me to say yes, when there's an urgent situation on my computer, I'd like you to fix it.
Am I misreading that in any way, or is there anything you want to add to that?