This is sort of a mathematical challenge (for those used to syllogisms): IF e-Inclusion, THEN some win some lose. The very prospect of being true added dramatism to yesterday's plenary Q&A session. The question was addressed to Mr. Craig R. Barrett (Chairman of Intel Board Corporation) and referred specifically to using ITC in aging well programmes. Who might lose out if e-Inclusion is successful in elderly care? Who might be the opponents? After a short pause, as if needing time to answer, Mr. Barret granted the premise. (I really thought he would be tempted to say everyone was a winner with e-Inclusion). But he admitted that there are losers and therefore e-Inclusion will have opposition. In this particular example, the people who lose out (both in Europe and USA) are hospitals and elderly people homes. But, he said, we have to look at the benefits ITC brings to the individual not the business or institutions.