I'm sorry, I know we're prolonging this. I have just one other point, which is that it's mandatory if the police ask. We hope that police use a whole variety of innovative techniques to ensure that the deterrence effect that we're seeking is achieved by the application of the law. We're not saying that every police officer who stops every person for a broken tail light might ask, but we are saying that everyone who gets pulled over for whatever reason and whatever context should know they might be asked, and if asked, they have a legal obligation to comply.
We know with social media and otherwise, the capacity of Canadians and others to defeat this needs to be...and we would expect it to be taken into account by the way in which the police administer this. A variety of techniques to try to make this effective is what we hope for in the application of the law.