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EFF to San Francisco Entertainment Commission: Don’t Turn SF into a Police State

April 11, 2011: Eva Galperin for EFF:

“The Electronic Frontier Foundation joined civil liberties and privacy groups in criticizing a proposal from the San Francisco Entertainment Commission that would require all venues with an occupancy of over 100 people to record the faces of all patrons and employees and scan their ID’s for storage in a database which they must hand over to law enforcement on request. If adopted, these rules would pose a grave threat to the rights of freedom of association, due process, and privacy in San Francisco.”

For the full text of the letter sent to the San Francisco Entertainment Commission by several privacy rights groups on April 12, 2011:

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