He's now completely free.
The court asks if a crime committed on the Internet is a crime committed anywhere.
Here's a first glimpse of the Aaron Swartz documentary, The Internet's Own Boy.
A trick that exposed an AT&T security flaw also enabled the funniest joke in Canadian politics.
The 2011 attack targeted a Koch Industries website.
“I think he just cared and was super curious about the world," producer Brian Knappenberger said of Aaron Swartz, the subject of his new film.