I think it is. In answer to one of the questions about expanding existing Canadian law in the area of extraterritoriality and its application to this kind of activity, I said it's important, and it's consistent with the comments that I and others have made with respect to how borderless this kind of activity has become. Certainly it's consistent with that, and it's one of the things that we have to do. We have to consistently update our criminal laws to reflect what's happening out there.
As you know from your study of the Criminal Code, much of the time what we are doing on the Criminal Code is updating. We're reflecting what's happening out there in terms of changes of technology and changes in the techniques of criminal individuals. We have to do that. When we bring forward bills like this that make changes of the kind we are proposing here, we're being consistent with what is happening around the world and the threats we are facing. It is a different world from what it was 30 years ago, and we are always on the lookout to make sure our laws are as up to date as possible and reflect the threats that are out there. As I indicated, these types of threat continue.