That is part of my comment.
Our true comment is that often the problem we find in innovation is that we're redefining something that's either not defined or that exists in physical form and that we try to make digital, and the same rules don't apply. Copyright is a big example of that.
The other aspect is giving the means for us and our clients to be able to innovate, being able to take risks and share in the success and to be there to support our clients and us in cases when we fail. It hasn't happened yet, but you never know.
Those are really the things we're looking at.