That’s right. To clarify, during COVID-19, we never declared a state of emergency, so everything we do in the administration must first get parliamentary approval and all of it is subject to parliamentary interpolation. Because of that, the heuristic is that we do not collect new data and new data collection points that weren’t there before the pandemic. So that ensures that for all the data collection mechanisms, people understand already the cyber security and privacy implications of those data collections. We didn’t, for example, roll our bluetooth-enabled tokens or dongles, we didn’t require people to install apps on their phones, and so on, because these would constitute new data collection points.