Before I descend into the detail, could I ask you some broad questions about Google's approach to privacy in principle? Can I start with a document which is at tab 21 of the bundle. It's an article in a publication called The Register, which was published on 7 December 2009. I think I need only read the headline. It quotes the Google chief executive officer, Mr Eric Schmidt, with the summary:
"Only miscreants worry about net privacy."
The quotation being:
"If you have something that you don't want anyone to know, maybe you shouldn't be doing it in the first place."
Can I ask, is that representative of Google's approach to privacy in principle?