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Free speech rally at UN Plaza in San Francisco canceled, crowds march on Market St

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A free speech rally and protest against Twitter and big tech companies was planned for Saturday in the mid-Market area of San Francisco.
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WATCH LIVE: Free speech rally canceled, but crowds still at UN Plaza in San Francisco

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Free speech rally happening at UN Plaza in San Francisco

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A free speech rally took place at UN Plaza in San Francisco.
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WATCH LIVE: Free speech rally happening now at UN Plaza in San Francisco

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WATCH LIVE: A free speech rally is happening now at UN Plaza in San Francisco.
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