Connecting the dots: April 28, 2011

Apple has acknowledged that hidden files on iphones are tracking users. However the company said that there was a bug in the system which was causing more information to be stored than was intended...

And for your information, 62% of Californians think that extra tax dollars for education should come from the top earners, while 66% object to paying higher taxes...

New legislation has San Francisco's sidewalk-sitting population paying through the seat. But prosecuting repeat offenders of the Sit/Lie law could end up costing the city thousands. Homeless advocate organizations say that more and more of their time is spent advising people on where and how to pay their tickets as opposed to tackling the wider issues of homelessness...

Speaking of police actions, Greg Suhr was sworn in yesterday as San Francisco's top cop...

And the police will be out in force, in England, for the wedding of the year. Set your alarm clocks: Prince William weds Kate Middleton at Westminster Abbey at 3am Pacific Time, tomorrow morning. (Couldn't they have thought this through for the American viewing audience a little better?!)

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