aaron swartz suicide
The hack involves a database -- built by Astros general manager Jeff Luhnow, who worked for the Cardinals until 2011 -- that
The documentary clip encourages viewers to "join the fight against mass suspicionless surveillance" during a worldwide day
"The MIT investigation seemed to me reasonably well done. MIT's contribution to the tragedy was mostly negative: It didn’t
Heymann was not available for comment, and Christina Dilorio-Sterling, spokeswoman for the U.S. Attorney's Office for the
Swartz committed suicide in January before going to trial for allegedly stealing millions of academic articles from a private
Government lawyers argued that the U.S. District Court in Massachusetts should not disclose to the public or to Congress
In a Newark courtroom last Monday, Andrew "weev" Auernheimer, 27, was sentenced to 41 months imprisonment due to finding and publishing a security flaw on AT&T's website. But a good part of the tech-savvy world interprets Auernheimer's exploits as a non-crime.
WASHINGTON -- Sen. Al Franken (D-Minn.) sent a letter to Attorney General Eric Holder asking for more information about the
WASHINGTON -- This year's Conservative Political Action Conference has been dominated by discussions of Obamacare and gun
Sen. John Cornyn (R-Texas) suggested that DOJ had tried to bully Swartz into pleading guilty. Holder responded that federal
Last month, Swartz, 26, was found dead in his apartment of an apparent suicide. He was facing trial in April for allegedly
Aaron Swartz Prosecutors Weighed 'Guerilla' Manifesto, Justice Official Tells Congressional Committee
Reich told congressional staffers that the Justice Department believed federal prosecutors acted in a reasonable manner, according
The difference between the government's approach to the two men shows the tiny role that "actual harm caused" matters in the criminal justice system, and testifies to the increasingly unaccountable power of the U.S. prosecutor.
A host of Internet freedom activists and progressive political groups are pressing for legislative reforms in the aftermath
Since so much has been written recently about mental illness and access to guns, it's not a stretch to flip this argument around to include unrestrained force by a governmental body against someone who is dealing with depression.
The Massachusetts Institute of Technology is conducting a review of its involvement in the case of Aaron Swartz, the internet