I understand your question, sir.
The CBA understands that children, young people, are sexually exploited, and there is a need to protect them. We feel the existing law has done so, and effectively the new proposal isn't going to change the mechanism by which that is done. It is changing some of the logistics of it in the sense that the numbers have changed. It will catch a different number of people. But the actual functioning of the law, as I understand the law, has already been found to be sound, and the CBA is not taking a position to argue that this particular mechanism is unsound.