Sharing of information is critical in the United States. In Europe it is more difficult. I think the most important thing that insurers can do, is beginning to educate their customers on a magnitude and the scope of the fraud. Most people don’t think anything about it, unless it happens to them. Then of course they are very concerned. But I think what insurers really can do is begin to educate their customers. This is what is happening to you. We are fighting fraud, but this is what’s happening. Once the people in the United States, begin to sense there is a problem they start telling the legislators. And then maybe legislators will begin to adjust their laws to allow the sharing of information only for fraud purposes so that you can identify the size of the medical fraud or whatever type of fraud is out there.