The notorious troll and hacker wants to “punish” prosecutors for wrongfully going after hackers.
Lawmakers are trying once again to reform the controversial Computer Fraud and Abuse Act.
An update of the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act could criminalize some types of computer research, but the government is telling academics not to worry.
David Segal, Aaron Swartz's friend and co-founder of Demand Progress, explains the single act he thinks can help others avoid the late activist's fate: Nullify juries.
"Aaron's Law" would reform the heavy-handed law blamed for Aaron Swartz's death. But tech giants are lobbying to stall reform.
Lawrence Lessig and his allies are racing to raise $5 million by July 4 in an effort for campaign finance reform.
A Q&A with the director of 'The Internet's Own Boy,' a documentary on Aaron Swartz.
David Segal, Sina Khanifar, and others remember a fallen internet activist and talented technologist.
There's never been a more crucial time to roll out a hyper-secure, anonymous inbox for whistleblowers and journalists to use to communicate.
Now that a Freedom of Information request has revealed the Secret Service files on Aaron Swartz, it's high time to revisit his all-important manifesto.