Evil. There's a very robust legal framework for protection of trade secrets, both intellectual property like registering intellectual property as well as some trade secrets. So I would say that the use of non-compete regardless in this application of the law, the State of California sort of ... we have this lesson here, California has the law non-complete since 1870 and they clearly have not failed to innovate in the entertainment industry or the technology industry. So I don't think there's any rational basis to say that non-compete support or foster creation. It's simply an anti-labor regulation that allow us employers to hold onto and reduce the mobility of workers.
It's definitely evil. I think part of the reason California has been a place for startups is that those agreements are not enforceable. And people are free to move around and if they're unhappy at one company they leave and go to somewhere else, so we have a much more liquid talent pool.