More than a week after Bay Area Rapid Transit (CA) shut down cell phone service to quell a threatened protest, the controversy over the agency’s actions continues. As officials brace for more planned protests today, the board has scheduled a meeting this week to consider developing a policy that defines when (if ever) the agency may shut down wireless access. “This shouldn’t be about inconveniencing passengers,” said board President Bob Franklin. “Protesters want a policy change, and we should have that discussion in the proper forum.” The public will have an opportunity to comment on proposed policy changes. Link to full story in San Francisco Chronicle.