Update 10:03 a.m. The map is both to showing "Frank Ogawa Plaza." No word yet from Google, but it's fair to speculate that some Occupy-sympathetic coder may be in trouble of losing his or her subsidized massages.
Update 10:20 a.m. Joshua Johnson just heard from a Google spokesperson via email:
The location previously labeled as "Oscar Grant Plaza" in Google Maps has now been re-labeled with its official name "Frank Ogawa Plaza,” but can continue to be found via searches for both names.
We're committed to providing our users with the richest, most up-to-date maps possible, and as part of that effort we continuously explore ways to integrate new information. We’ve built our map from a wide range of authoritative sources, ranging from the public and commercial data providers, imagery references, and user contributions. Overall, this provides a very comprehensive and up-to-date map, but maps are constantly changing along with the real world, so we’ll continue to review data and make changes as new information becomes available.
In this case, a user-submitted edit to the official name of the plaza went live in Google Maps, when it should only have been made a search reference.
10:50 a.m. The map appears to have reverted back to saying "Oscar Grant Plaza." Zoom in all the way below: