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The heir to Aaron Swartz is infuriating the publishing industry.
SecureDrop is here, and that's good for sources and journalists alike. The system makes the identity of sources completely unknown to everybody including the journalists receiving information.
Gay marriage and abortion are approaching the final stages of debate. Will we soon be debating genetically modified babies, cyborg citizens, and whether or not to factory-farm insects?
The mysterious group of hacking activists has threatened to prevent Tuesday's State of the Union speech from being streamed online.
Reddit founder Aaron Swartz suffered from depression and was under prosecution for "illegally obtaining" journals from JSTOR when he was found dead yesterday, a victim of unjust prosecution.
Aaron Swartz, famed internet activist and co-author of the RSS 1.0 specifications, committed suicide.