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Articles tagged "Aaron Swartz"
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.
Round two of Andrew “weev” Aurenheimer versus the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (CFAA) starts now.
As a species, we don't really need "evil" anymore.
They pounded his head into the table, cuffed him, and dragged him from the room. Weev's friends sprang to their feet. This is the cruel trick of seeing a loved one handcuffed. You want to protect them. You can't.
Pending appeal, Weev is off to jail.
Today, as the second bubble slowly deflates, the network has evolved from curiosity to necessity, and as such is under greater threat than ever before.
Information wants to be free, but that doesn't make freedom easy.
United States Attorney Carmen Ortiz has had a rough year so far.
Like anyone who's spent months reading a 1,008-page book, particularly this one, I'm at a loss.
We are strangely territorial when it comes to our wireless networks. The idea of someone siphoning off our precious bandwidth without paying for it is, for most people, completely unacceptable.
In response to the harsh sentences recently levied against DDoS action organizers, online activists are trying to make the case that disrupting online should be regarded as a legal form of protest.
Image Atlas was built on a simple question: what does your Google Image Search look like in other places?
A week after Aaron Swartz's tragic and untimely death, the same collective of Internet activists that helped bring down SOPA are rising up against a new cause. How they might do it all over again.
There is a light at the end of the tunnel here.
On July 19th, 24 year-old Aaron Swartz, Reddit "cofounder":http://www.reddit.com/r/todayilearned/comments/d2njs/til_there_was_a_third_cofounder_of_reddit_who_was/ and former Executive Director at "Demand Progress":http://www.reddit.com/r/todayilearne…