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MIT to release redacted Swartz file after family's request

21.03.2013 22:53

The Massachusetts Institute of Technology has announced that it will release documents on the case against Aaron Swartz, whose January suicide came before his trial for allegedly downloading a trove of articles from an online database was to begin.

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Anonymous user 25.03.2013 09:45

Disgusting and frightening what happened. My prayers go out to Aaron's family. RIP

Anonymous user 23.03.2013 12:53

WHY this would be an exception?

Anonymous user 23.03.2013 12:52

People in the US have been consistently eliminated for years when they post a threat to the system..

Anonymous user 22.03.2013 19:21

He was killed by the CIA and MOSSAD to avoid exposure

Anonymous user 22.03.2013 18:09

Is he now in Israel?

Anonymous user 22.03.2013 17:12

Why do people think that Aaron killed himself?

Anonymous user 22.03.2013 13:45

Thank you Aaron you set us free,RIP

Anonymous user 22.03.2013 08:46

Thank you Arron RIP.


Nicholette Tortoriello 22.03.2013 06:36

I hope (foolishly I know) that whoever was involved in helping push this kid over the edge (IF he really did commit suicide which I'm not convinced of), they PAY big time!!!!!!!!!! This poor YOUNG man was a genius and a good guy. Nothing he posted wasn't already public info, AND it was OUR RIGHT to read it! It still makes me sick this baby is gone. RIP Aaron.

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