“The Internet’s Own Boy: The Story of Aaron Swartz,” the anticipated documentary is available to watch online for free. Watch it here.

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In 2011, Aaron Swartz was arrested, and new footage of his booking shows Swartz joking with police who said he seemed like a “good kid.”

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It’s been one year since internet guru and Reddit co-founder Aaron Swartz committed suicide.

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In a report released by MIT, the university removes itself of any blame in Reddit co-founder and transparency guru Aaron Swartz’s suicide.

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The CFAA, which has been used to prosecute some major Internet activists like Matthew Keys and Aaron Swartz, will get even stricter if a new bill is passed.

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MIT’s president announced the release in a letter the the MIT community.

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Aaron Swartz was threatened with 35 years in prison for downloading articles from academic journals. Now his family is saying this had a hand in his death.

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Brilliant internet activist, co-founder of Reddit, and co-creator of RSS, Aaron Swartz took his own life last night. Find out about his life inside.

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It’s a sad day for Reddit.com fans around the world. Reddit fans have learned the passing of Reddit’s co-founder Aaron H. Swartz.

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