Web Activist Commits Suicide

Web Activist Commits Suicide

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New A saddened technology industry struggled to come to grips with the apparent suicide of Aaron Swartz, a computer prodigy turned Internet activist who had tangled with prosecutors....
Web Activist Commits Suicide
           

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