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  • 'The Internet's Own Boy' examines digital freedom and the government's role in one man's death: Indie & art house films Brian Knappenberger's documentary "The Internet's Own Boy: The Story of Aaron Swartz" explores the life and tragic death of a genius-turned-activist and the implications his struggles have on a free world wide web. 3 days ago
  • The Internet’s Own Boy: The Story Of Aaron Swartz (12A) AARON SWARTZ was certainly a child of the internet age, being born just three years before British computer scientist Timothy Berner-Lee invented the worldwide web in 1989. 4 days ago
  • Why the federal court record system PACER is so broken, and how to fix it The online record system for the federal courts is in shambles, and now some of the public information is simply disappearing. The mess persists even as users pay more and more money to maintain it. 5 days ago
  • Occupy Movement Gets Its Own TV Station In partnership with FilmOn Networks, the National Convention PBC and a new union of the groups Occupy Television, ArticleV.org, and the National General Assembly, have launched Occupy Television, a free ... 5 days ago
  • The Internet's Own Boy: The Story Of Aaron Swartz The 2013 suicide of hacktivist Aaron Swartz made him an instant martyr to internet freedom, a cause that will only be advanced by a moving documentary that puts the blame for his death squarely on the unfeeling US authorities determined to make an example of him in this age of Snowden and WikiLeaks. That his “crime” was merely to liberate academic texts kept behind a corporate firewall makes his ... 1 week ago
  • 'Anonymous' Hackers Plead Guilty to Minor Charge in US for Cyberattacks Four members of the hacking group Anonymous pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor charge on Tuesday after a judge had earlier questioned whether prosecutors had treated the defendants too harshly for their ... 1 week ago
  • 'Anonymous' hackers plead guilty to minor charge in U.S. for cyberattacks Four members of the hacking group Anonymous pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor charge on Tuesday after a judge had earlier questioned whether prosecutors had treated the defendants too harshly for their crimes. The hackers, part of a group that gained notoriety for frequent cyber-battles with U.S. Attorney's office in the Eastern District of Virginia with a felony crime under which they could have ... 1 week ago
  • EFF releases 'behind the scenes' footage of NSA flyover At dawn on June 27th Greenpeace and the Tenth Amendment Center launched an airship to fly above the NSA data center in Utah. The message on the sides was not subtle -- "Illegal spying below", with an arrow pointing down. It was meant as an alert to action for citizens, and the stunt did have an effect. Now the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) has released behind the scenes footage of the ... 3 weeks ago
  • Aaron's Law Is Doomed and the CFAA Is Still Broken I Ate A Candle (3762149) writes Aaron's Law, named after the late internet activist Aaron Swartz, was supposed to fix U.S. hacking laws, which many deem dated and overly harsh. But the bill looks certain to wither in Congress, thanks to corporate lobbying, disagreements in Washington between key lawmakers and a simple lack of interest amongst the general population for changes to the Computer ... 3 weeks ago
  • Inaugural Techmanitarian Award Winners Announced for Techmanity 2014 Techmanity 2014, Silicon Valley’s first official technology conference, today announced the winners of the Techmanitarian Awards, recognizing next-generation innovators and rule-breakers who are using technology to improve our world. 3 weeks ago

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