Americans don't like it when censorship happens anywhere. We find it unacceptable when it occurs. Was the recent actions in San Francisco the same, or different?
Bay Area Rapid Transit - San Francisco's public transportation agency blocked cell phone service before a planned protest against BART police. This is the first time that we know of that a government agency in the United States has censored cell phones to try to silence criticism against them.
Was BART's decision to shut down access to mobile communications wrong?