Some articles on suppression, suppression remedy:
... provisions to which this exception was added has no suppression rule for evidence improperly obtained, and it does not appear that the civil action ... judicial review mandatory, with the suppression of evidence which is not deemed to be properly justified the mandatory disclosure to the person whose privacy has been invaded that their ... addressed in two ways first, by adding a statutory suppression remedy to the Internet surveillance laws and second, by bolstering some of the privacy ...
Famous quotes containing the words remedy and/or suppression:
“Reprehension is a kind of middle thing betwixt admonition and correction: it is sharpe admonition, but a milde correction. It is rather to be used because it may be a meanes to prevent strokes and blowes, especially in ingenuous and good natured children. [Blows are] the last remedy which a parent can use: a remedy which may doe good when nothing else can.”
—William Gouge, Puritan writer. As quoted in The Rise and Fall of Childhood by C. John Sommerville, ch. 11 (rev. 1990)
“Rationalists are admirable beings, rationalism is a hideous monster when it claims for itself omnipotence. Attribution of omnipotence to reason is as bad a piece of idolatry as is worship of stock and stone believing it to be God. I plead not for the suppression of reason, but for a due recognition of that in us which sanctifies reason.”
—Mohandas K. Gandhi (18691948)