I occasionally write about instances of abuses of power by government officials, administrators and agencies - abuses of their public power, given them to serve the public's need. This abuse damages individuals and companies, with little real consequences for the abuser of power. This is an ancient problem as the Latin phrase shows; the phrase means, "Who guards against the guardians' abuses of power."
Below is an article which speaks for itself:
"Sometimes winning is still losing. That is certainly true for companies
that find themselves caught in the cross hairs of the federal
government. Since 2013, my organization has defended one such company,
the cancer-screening LabMD, against meritless allegations from the
Federal Trade Commission. Last Friday, the FTC’s chief
administrative-law judge dismissed the agency’s complaint. But it was
too late. The reputational damage and expense of a six-year federal
investigation forced LabMD to close last year."
For the sad details, here is the full article: