In 2016, I and a couple of friends were among the many people who were upset at how then-mayor of Sacramento, Kevin Johnson, had responded to the actions of Sean Thompson, a local advocate for houseless veterans’ issues. Thompson threw […]
The San Francisco District Attorney’s website has embedded in it a Google form that asks civilians in San Francisco County to provide information about their CCTV camera systems. The form asks for first and last name, address, email, phone number, the […]
On February 4, during Superbowl LII at U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, MN, the Department of Homeland Security showed up ready for war. These would-be soldiers arrived wearing green forest fatigues in downtown Minneapolis in winter. One functional difference between […]
The Sacramento District Attorney’s office wants to charge $6,511.06 to conduct a keyword search through their internal email system and to count the number of people it charged with crimes this year.
San Francisco MUNI cameras are more precise and defined than anyone unfamiliar with the CCTV technology would ever expect, and we need to understand how that infringes upon our right to privacy through obscurity in public.
FOIA HORSE recently received over 1200 pages of documents from the City of Sacramento.
Property damage has value to the movement, even when it only achieves goals relative to the individual. It can be cathartic to a person with a need to release repressed emotion, a condition caused by living in an oppressive society.