While we’re all distracted with Boston theatre, Congress passes CISPA

They passed the Cyber Intelligence Sharing
and Protection Act (CISPA).

Aaron Swartz…

Aaron Swartz: Internet civil libertarian suicided
MIT cooperated with government to persecute him

He fought and defeated SOPA, a law similar to
CISPA which Congress just passed while we
were all paying attention to the goings on in

Swartz was also a Harvard-recognized
expert on institutional corruption.

The Feds took over a minor case he was involved
with and turned it into potential multi-decade
prison sentence for him.

The claim is that he committed suicide in despair
over the case. The reality is he was in a positive state
of mind when he died and he was a fighter.

So how did he really die?




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3 Responses to “While we’re all distracted with Boston theatre, Congress passes CISPA”

  1. Anonymous says:

    The Boston Bombing was the distraction of the week.

  2. Anonymous says:

    Why didn’t the brothers disguise themselves?

  3. Anonymous says:

    8 days later and CNN is still hanging out in Boston, dragging this out into a ghoulish scab-picking ‘there’s-no-story-here-but-we’ll- beat-this-thing-to-death’ opportunity.

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