Yes, I wonder if there's any support that the telcos are responsible for this provision within the law. They're the ones who benefit. I find it unusual that they haven't commented on this themselves. I think that there is a matter of contract, and I checked the Rogers agreement, and it doesn't say they have the ability to turn over my information except under laws that require so.
So this is voluntary. It's not required in the way C-30 had been, so I think there would be a violation. If I enter into a commercial contract with a commercial provider, I don't think the government should be involved in giving one side a way out without giving me a way out of paying for my service or anything else.
Also, I indicated that it's a great marketing opportunity, and I hope if this is indeed televised, that Telus and Rogers and all of the rest are going to understand that, although the discussion of privacy has been very complicated in this bill, and there's lots of media and lots of things going on, I don't know how many normal grassroots Canadians understand some of the things going on.
Perhaps we haven't done a good enough job of explaining it and we get overly complicated, but if you turn to somebody in P.E.I. or Alberta and ask if he or she is going to use a telco that's going to voluntarily give away information without these standards, I think the answer is going to be no. If somebody says, “We'll stick with your contract, even though it's voluntary. We're not going to go down that road,” I think they're going to get a lot more customers right now. They'll certainly get me.