I can't speak for the CSE, but I would say that if you're looking at it in terms of law enforcement in Canada, we're having to seek judicial authorization to obtain this information. We're being challenged day in and day out by encryption.
We're not arbitrarily going in and searching people's computers without the requisite permission or authorization. What CSE is doing and what we're doing are really two different things. I'm not in a position to comment on that. I am in a position to say that we have a number of challenges, encryption being one of them, as is trying to collect that evidence in a timely manner. Legislation isn't keeping up. Technology is speeding ahead. We're having to adhere to court decisions out of the Supreme Court—such as Jordan—which place an addition burden on law enforcement—