SAN FRANCISCO – Leaders of the San Francisco Bay Area's transit agency say they may adopt a policy allowing police to turn off wireless communications on train platforms -- but only in extreme public safety circumstances.
The board of the Bay Area Rapid Transit system held a special public meeting Wednesday to discuss the issue.
BART ignited a global debate over free speech when it cut cell phone and wireless data service in San Francisco subway stations earlier this month to disrupt plans for a protest.
Dozens of people attended Wednesday's meeting to speak against the wireless shut-off. Some called for the disbanding of BART police and the firing of its chief spokesman.
The board rejected those demands, and it didn't take any formal votes. But members say they expect to adopt a formal policy within a month.
Keywords clouds text link
Dịch vụ seo, Dịch vụ seo nhanh , Thiết kế website , máy sấy thịt bò mỹ thành lập doanh nghiệp
Visunhome, gương trang trí nội thất cửa kính cường lực Vinhomes Grand Park lắp camera Song Phát thiết kế nhà thegioinhaxuong.net/
|aviatorsgame.com ban nhạc||confirmationbiased.com|
|mariankihogo.com ốp lưng||Giường ngủ triệu gia|
© 2020 US News. All Rights Reserved.