Jan 18, 2013
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After Aaron: how an antiquated law enables the government’s war on hackers, activists, and you
At the center of Aaron Swartz’s controversial case is a 1986 anti-hacking law gone horribly wrong

After Aaron: how an antiquated law enables the government’s war on hackers, activists, and you

At the center of Aaron Swartz’s controversial case is a 1986 anti-hacking law gone horribly wrong

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