I think one of the key challenges around the U.K.'s Modern Slavery Act has been the lack of a central repository for company reports. I'm not sure if that's exactly the sort of data you talked about, but I think one of the ways that legislation could certainly be strengthened is in making sure that citizens, NGOs, civil society, and trade unions know who's actually captured by the legislation and where we can go to find that so we're not searching in a thousand other places.
Certainly, if your question is referring to the data challenges of companies and contracting their supply chains, supply chains are super complex. I think there are some great tools out there, but there's a lot of information to get on top of. We always tell companies to assess their risk, figure out where they're most at risk, and start somewhere. Start in the first year with one or two suppliers and there can be a cascading effect.