“Redress” = Due Process

by on February 9, 2009 · 15 comments

In discussions about data-intensive government programs like watchlists, people often talk about the importance of “redress” – giving the public some way to correct information or dispute adverse decisions arising from these programs.

“Redress” is a misnomer that diminishes the importance of the subject at hand. Constitutional Due Process is what’s at stake. So says the Ninth Circuit in the case of Humphries v. County of Los Angeles.

  • MikeRT

    The ACLU could quickly solve this by creating a national registry for police brutality that operates on similarly flimsy grounds just to make a political statement.

  • MikeRT

    The ACLU could quickly solve this by creating a national registry for police brutality that operates on similarly flimsy grounds just to make a political statement.

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