States should provide for sufficient safeguards against violations of the right to freedom of expression of persons with disabilities. They should provide for prompt, full and effective scrutiny of the validity of any restriction by an independent court, tribunal or other independent adjudicatory body as required by the rule of law. They should ensure that accessible and effective remedies are available when rights are violated: these should include pre-cautionary measures and non-judicial remedies, such as those awarded by dedicated regulatory agencies, dedicated human rights institutions and/or ombudspersons.