You might say that. We -- the way that it operated was that the news editor of the day went into morning conference with the editor, picture editors and everybody, everybody concerned with the production of the newspaper. They would decide on the agenda for the day, on the stories that they wanted to cover, what was in the news, what was coming up. The news editor would then -- as I understand it, the news editor would, as it were, divvy up who was going to be covering what story, and the reporters would go and they would do what they -- what they -- how -- do their own research.
As I understand it from the news editors and reporters, as they have told me, we don't have systems to -- search systems and that kind of thing internally, and they would ask for details of how to contact people or addresses or whatever it was, but I -- at the time that we were looking at, I don't think anybody had really asked, "How do you do this? How do you find your information?" They were -- as far as we were -- well, I can't say as far as we were aware because until we started having a look at this, I didn't even know that we used these search agencies.
Longmere Consultants, Searchline, SystemsSearches and Express Locate are all names of search agencies that I know that are used by law firms to find and serve people with papers, and totally legitimate as far as I was aware, and I'm not sure that when you employ anybody that you ask in great detail whether they -- how they go about doing what they do. You employ a company to do something for you and you expect that they would do it within the law. You expect that. Not that you don't care. You expect it.