That's great. Thank you very much for the answer to that.
I want to ask a question now about your opinion of the anti-address harvesting, much along the same lines. Clause 78 of ECPA basically amends PIPEDA to create a private right of action with respect to it, and there are a number of things, including the collection and use of personal information under proposed paragraphs 7.1(3)(a) and 7.1(3)(b) of the Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act.
Now, that departs from the structure--and we just talked about that--of PIPEDA in that PIPEDA recognizes that there are legitimate needs to collect, use, and disclose personal information without knowledge or consent. There has been discussion and concern raised to me that the anti-address harvesting prohibition may be too broad under ECPA in that PIPEDA doesn't trump law enforcement, but this particular act may. The scope is broader than that of some international legislation. No other international legislation prohibits the collection of address information for legitimate purposes. There is also the question, for example, of whether EPCA prohibits legitimate law enforcement.
I now ask you to put on your lens of PIPEDA, which does one thing, and EPCA, which does another, and give me your comments, please.