Under pressure from First Amendment and privacy advocates, prosecutors from the San Francisco District Attorney’s Office have dropped an effort to retrieve Twitter communications from two people charged in connection with a violent Oct. 6 demonstration. Read More
Rigid regulations to be discussed by the San Francisco Entertainment Commission on Tuesday evening are coming under fire from civil liberties and privacy groups.
Under rules proposed by Mayor Gavin Newsom and the San Francisco Police Department, nightclubs would be required to use metal detectors, security cameras and have an added police presence in an effort to stem nightlife violence. Read More