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Support Universal Access to Free and Open Internet
3 weeks ago

Support Universal Access to Free and Open Internet

By  •  Politics, Reset Petitions, Tech

Assemblymember Phil Ting has said it all along: Access to the Internet is a universal right.

On November 10, President Obama made a public statement calling for the FCC to …
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Bridging the Digital Divide … at SF Jails?
1 month ago

Bridging the Digital Divide … at SF Jails?

By  •  Better Government, Tech

With the recent connection of 32 public spaces now offering free Wi-Fi, provided by the city, it seems that San Francisco is getting much closer to its goal of closing …
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Resilience Is A Team Sport
1 month ago

Resilience Is A Team Sport

By  •  Public Safety, Tech

By:  Jenny Gottstein

In 1989, my father was at Candlestick Park watching the World Series when Loma Prieta struck. He joined others in the streets to direct cars as San …
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Tensions Between “Techies” and Local Kids Spark Gentrification Debate
1 month ago

Tensions Between “Techies” and Local Kids Spark Gentrification Debate

By  •  Better Government, Neighborhood, Tech

A recent YouTube video showing a confrontation between local San Franciscans and tech industry employees, has sparked controversy in the City. Many see it as an illustration of the …
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SF Supes Vote to Lace City with New Fiber Optic Networks
2 months ago

SF Supes Vote to Lace City with New Fiber Optic Networks

You have probably come to notice that San Francisco is old… like really old. With an old city comes old infrastructure – from a time before the Internet.

That’s why …
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FINALLY. San Francisco Gets Closer to Citywide Wi-Fi
2 months ago

FINALLY. San Francisco Gets Closer to Citywide Wi-Fi

By  •  Better Government, Tech

By: Mahmoud Abunie

San Francisco city parks, plazas, and recreation centers are all getting free Wi-Fi. The 32 city parks are scattered across the city with easy accessibility.

Thank you, …
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