National security considerations can be relevant to the effectiveness of a remedy1 in relation to various Convention rights2, including Article 8 (right to respect for private and family life)3: for example, in the context of the covert interception of private communications by state authorities, an effective remedy must mean a remedy that is effective as can be having regard to the restricted scope for recourse inherent in any system of secret surveillance
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