I would say in response, as a former corporate counsel, I disagree with you, and so did Mr. Gilhooly, and so, I think, many other corporate counsel.
Mr. Therrien, I would like to ask you about the time required to obtain a search warrant.
Mr. Butt, in his testimony to the committee, gave us an example. He said if we had to go to get the subscriber name and address via a search warrant, which he contends is what is generally provided by Internet service providers when requested by law enforcement, it would take routinely 60 days to do that.
How quickly do you think investigators need to act to obtain the information about who sent the cyberbullying message, perhaps with an image attached, in the Internet age? How quickly do the authorities need to act in your opinion?