Law named after Aaron Swartz introduced again.
Committee head won't allow debate or vote
Committed suicide a year ago
The necessity of civil disobedience.
Leaves 14,400 pages still unreleased
College took neutral route, but questions whether it could have or should have helped
Suicide prompted debate over federal overprosecution
Specifically any Secret Service documents that might exist
Claims fear for safety of college's networks
Named for Aaron Swartz
The New Yorker's Strongbox is based on Swartz's DeadDrop
The judge fears people will be angry at his persecutors
Believed to be the last extended record of the activist
Stephen Heymann said to have suppressed evidence
Feds also accused of seizing evidence without a warrant.
Yes, lawmakers are that stupid
Does not think piling on of federal charges in order to scare out a plea deal is an issue
Truthout seeking documents
The lethal prosecution pissed off a lot of people
Had to justify bringing up federal charges for essentially breaking into a closet
Don't hold your breath
As long as prosecutors have the option to put first-time computer trespassers behind bars for decades, we will continue to see such clear injustices.
An internet activist, Swartz committed suicide while facing federal hacking charges