You've brought up two really great points there, the first point being the increase in fraud and the different ways in which fraud is happening, particularly with social media, and the ways in which the justice system needs to catch up with that, particularly with regard to the targeting of older people.
On point number one, absolutely, something needs to be done on that. We need to think that through a little more. Those are the kinds of things that the justice department, if we're talking about the federal government, ought to be looking at and thinking about. I don't know if they are right at the moment.
On the second part of your question in terms of accessing the system, we've heard what the levels of poverty are and we know right off the bat that people are not going to be accessing the system if they are living close to or below the poverty line. There's a whole issue in terms of how we access that. How do you get legal aid if it's available? Are they overextended for other issues?
It's a whole new frontier that you're talking about there. We need to be thinking about both how to stop it and how to support those who have already been impacted by it, through economic and other supports.