It's very interesting that you should say that. We certainly see that the Internet often provides a venue for either the proliferation or the dissemination of information with respect to illegal activity. I've been before this committee a number of times on the whole area of child pornography and the difference the Internet has made.
Our job is to stay on top of these issues, look at changes either to technology or to different methods of committing these types of crimes, and make sure that our laws are as up to date as possible to reflect the current state of the threat before Canada.
I've made the point before that criminals don't just telephone each other, and they've gotten out of the habit of sending telegrams to each other. This is the world in which we live, so we are constantly looking at the existing laws within this country and constantly making sure that we are bringing forward legislation that responds to the challenges. This is just one of the challenges that we've had. The nuclear threat, we believe, is a continuing threat to Canada and to our partners and allies, and this is one of the responses that we've had.