Technically I think it's not possible for anyone to protect from a leak. And that's something that's a good lesson that we've hopefully learned from the past. Whatever mechanism you establish to protect something, there always is a mechanism to circumvent that protection. And that's really important. Because the future has to be more about openness and less about restricting information. If that now imposes a question of how we can make sure that people can still make a living or whatever, we have this problem, especially in creative areas, where people produce content and they establish mechanisms to protect that content. I mean, digital rights management is nothing else than someone trying to protect a document. And then there are people circumventing that technology. But it's really important. And the solution is not protecting that content so that no one can touch it, the solution is finding alternatives of how the artist can be paid and how that industry can be sustained. And that's what we need for the future.