The Oakland City Council plans Tuesday to consider strengthening enforcement of its protest-related laws in response to a series of Occupy demonstrations.
A Sergeant in the Richmond Police Department is facing criticism for a tweet directed at the president of the Ultimate Fighting Championship that critics claim supports gun violence.
KCBS’ Technology Analyst reports hacktivist group Anonymous is retaliating against the Department of Justice for their shutdown of megaupload.com, with some takedowns of their own.
More than likely, we’ll be seeing a rise in cybercrimes in 2012 especially so-called “hacktivism,” according to top Internet security experts in Silicon Valley.
Jan Wahl reviews the period drama “Anonymous,” starring Rhys Ifans, Vanessa Redgrave and Joely Richardson…
Bay Area Rapid Transit’s media-management policies are in the spotlight again following a report in the Bay Citizen that the agency tried to recruit loyal riders and give them a script to read at a press conference ahead of a planned protest on August 11th.
The transit agency was contemplating seeking restraining orders against people arrested at multiple events.
As one protest group prepped for its fourth consecutive Monday protest at the Civic Center Bay Area Rapid Transit station Monday evening, another activist organization announced plans for a demonstration against BART police on Thursday.
For the third consecutive Monday, BART officials had warned commuters that stations may be closed due to this planned protest by the hacker group “Anonymous.”
BART advised passengers to be prepared for possible stations closures during the Monday evening commute if protesters once again try to disrupt train service.