I can speak to a couple of examples. In the UK recently, we ran a very expensive, widely publicised campaign called "Good to know", and this was a very simple set of tools for people to remain safe online, through whether it's privacy protection or securing their email accounts -- not specific, by the way, to Google, but generally how to maintain their identity on the Internet.
So in terms of the investments that we're making, we ran the same campaign in Germany, where I think if you enter Germany, discussions around privacy generally in society are very intense. We've just launched the same campaign in the US. We'll be doing the same in Italy by the end of next month.
So in terms of the tools and the investment and the advice and the education that we make for users to maintain their identity online I think in many ways outweighs the relationship we have with the website that you mentioned.