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Correct. I think it's robust in some areas and I think, if I may, if you look back at the technology developments for the last hundred years, this has been a very common theme; it's not just relevant to the Internet. But a lot of my work and a lot of my team's work, and I work very closely with some of the people that you're going to be hearing from this afternoon, and we take these issues very seriously, because I come back to something I said right at the start, that the trust that we have with our users is very, very important, and in some cases the regulation goes obviously so far, and -- but we don't always just rest with where that regulation lies. Sometimes we think we can tighten up even further, or because our technology understanding sometimes runs a little ahead of some regulatory bodies, we want to do it before there is a need for statutory regulation.

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