Mr. Speaker, first of all, I reject the entire premise of the hon. member's question.
Having said that, he has raised an important question around lawful access. As everyone knows, we have had wiretap legislation in this country for years, as have other countries. What we need to do is update that wiretap legislation to take into account the fact that we need to intercept communications in relation to new methods of communications. It may be a BlackBerry; it may be the Internet; it may be a cellphone.
In fact, let me inform the hon. member that other countries have been working on this challenge around law enforcement and we—