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Can we go now to page 5 of your statement, bottom hole punch, where you draw the Inquiry's attention to a real difficulty with the domestic regulatory scheme. You say:

"The reality of convergence and cross-border broadcasting via the Internet of all forms of content will mean that any regulatory regime will be porous."

Do you mean by that that these days any of us can log on, sitting here in London, read a newspaper, listen to the radio or watch the television using sources from all over the world?

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