Accused LulzSec hacker draws comparisons to Aaron Swartz from jail
Accused LulzSec hacker draws comparisons to Aaron Swartz from jail
                                 

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U.S. attorney: Criticism of Aaron Swartz prosecution is 'unfair'

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Carmen Ortiz, who previously compared the late Internet activist to a common criminal, tells a Boston radio station that charges of overzealousness by her office are "unfair." [Read more]...
U.S. attorney: Criticism of Aaron Swartz prosecution is 'unfair'

Arguing That 'Copyright And The First Amendment Coexisted For 200 Years' Is To Ignore Reality

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Some guy trying to sell his book about how copyright infringement is all a big, bad plot of big, bad companies has a silly and ill-informed article trying to tarnish Aaron Swartz's reputation by making statements about what he believed and what he fought for that have little basis in...
Arguing That 'Copyright And The First Amendment Coexisted For 200 Years' Is To Ignore Reality

How the FBI viewed Aaron Swartz: Read his file

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Daniel Wright at FireDogLake secured the majority of activist and entrepreneur Aaron Swartz’s FBI file, which he was kind enough to drop onto Scribd for easy sharing. The FBI provided him with 21 out of the 23 pages, leaving the public record with – admittedly partially redacted – insight into...
How the FBI viewed Aaron Swartz: Read his file
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China, MTV and Burger King: this week in cyber attacks

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Anonymous and the Chinese government have been blamed for cybersecurity breaches - here's a guide to this week in hacksA spate of cybersecurity breaches this week, with targets ranging from the US State Department to Apple, has thrown a spotlight onto the issue of leaked data and the attempts by...
China, MTV and Burger King: this week in cyber attacks

Anonymous Hacks U.S. State Department

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While you were sleeping last night, Anonymous hacked into the U.S. State Department's website, reportedly in the name of fallen comrades Aaron Swartz and recently arrested members of LulzSec. Personal data - including names, email addresses and phone numbers of hundreds of State Department staffers - were leaked online to the...
Anonymous Hacks U.S. State Department

The Insanely Complex Rules The Supreme Court Requires You To Meet To Ask It To Hear Your Case

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We recently talked about Aaron Greenspan for his efforts to continue some of the efforts that Aaron Swartz began -- freeing up information to legal documents, in particular. However, back in 2007, we also wrote about Greenspan for being yet another Harvard person claiming that he really invented Facebook, and...
The Insanely Complex Rules The Supreme Court Requires You To Meet To Ask It To Hear Your Case

3D-printed gun site DEFCAD is now attracting 3K visitors an hour, 2500 downloads since launch

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DEFCAD is a 3D printed gun website born by fire and bathed in controversy. But that’s not preventing it from growing. Since launching in December, the site has become home to nearly ninety components, including bullet casings, pistol suppressors, and even grenade models. More significant, however, are the traffic numbers. Visitors to DEFCAD have...
3D-printed gun site DEFCAD is now attracting 3K visitors an hour, 2500 downloads since launch

Aaron Swartz files reveal how FBI tracked internet activist

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Firedoglake blogger Daniel Wright publishes once-classified FBI documents that show extent of agency's investigation into SwartzA blogger has published once-classified FBI files that show how the agency tracked and collected information on internet activist Aaron Swartz. Swartz, who killed himself in January aged 26, had previously requested his files and...
Aaron Swartz files reveal how FBI tracked internet activist
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