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Okay. Thank you.
Chief Superintendent Flynn, as we've learned from this circumstance and from others, data is the hottest commodity on the dark web. We know that. People's names, addresses, dates of birth, social insurance numbers, IP addresses, email addresses—all those sorts of things are commodities that are traded at will on the web. I guess a couple of things come to mind for me. Can you help the Canadian public understand, number one, how that information is used by the criminal element, and number two, how they can then be vigilant? You answered Mr. Drouin partially with a response, but as the law enforcement agency in this country, what red flags or alarms could you make the Canadian public aware of that they need to be vigilant about if they've been compromised, and even before they become compromised?
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