Exactly. Which is why it must be public infrastructure. So, we’re getting some money to do that. So, I think the point I’m making is that whenever there’s this incoming, like the EU, GDPR, this regulatory seismic shift, then you have an immediate point of tension that requires quick action by policymakers. Whereas the policymakers actually don’t have that much power. Because mostly state voters in the capital and civil sector. So, I think everything of that shape is useful.

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