Yeah. In a sense, just like any AI that’s assistive intelligence projects, the two question always to ask is that it’s value aligned, meaning that it is acting as the best interest to the person who use it, and also whether it’s accountable, meaning that if things go wrong, can we hold something or someone to account? If those two things are true, it’s certainly true for the more basic technologies like react coming from Facebook. Of course, it’s community governed, and of course, it’s quite accountable in their open source project governance. I wouldn’t say the same about a social graph, however, that it’s 100% value aligned and 100% accountable, mostly because the rules can change ahead of the norm. Taking a norm-first approach, only when the social norm in the social sector has a good-faith belief that if things go wrong, they can always fork and own the technology. Do I consider that to be in the commons? In theory, and for example, it would fit that bill, because if people don’t like the way Vitalik is running his show, they would just do a hard fork.