There are the softwares that collect different types of information on Palestinian residents so that we can keep track of their movement. When you type in someone's ID number or name, you have instantly pulled up all their private information as long as the Israeli military has collected it. And the Palestinians are incentivized to do so. So, their full names, relatives – brothers, sisters, mom, dad, grandfather, grandmother, cousins, second cousins, place of residence, the type of permit that they have in terms of what industry they're working for, what crossing they're allowed to cross at, their last crossing – [meaning] the last time they went across a checkpoint, and in what direction they were going – and if they're refused entry, and what type of refusals they had. And then of course, related to the story, in the course, they also taught us how the permit can be blocked. And that can be anything from being refused by the Israeli Police or the Shin Bet. Someone can have a refusal if they are involved in criminal activity, if they're wanted by the Palestinian Authority, they're wanted by the Israeli Police. If they have family members who are criminals or suspected terrorists, they can be banned. If they live in the same building as someone who is convicted of or suspected to be involved in terrorist activity, that was another way how Palestinians are collectively punished by the Israeli military. It’s completely out of their control if they find themselves in a situation where family member or a friend or someone in their building is involved in activity that Israel views as terrorist. How innocent Palestinians have their lives affected by being denied freedom of movement.