To survive, it's time for Tor to define itself.
On Oct 2, 2014 by Gillian Branstetter
Climate change denial isn't science. So keep it out of r/science.
On Dec 17, 2013 by Joe Kloc
Jacques Mattheij's site is intended to level the playing field when it comes to access to academic papers.
On Feb 15, 2013 by Curt Hopkins
The Internet's got a weird affinity for anti-heros. Maybe it's because we're all anti-heroes of a sort.
On Feb 14, 2013 by Nicholas White
Aaron's crime, and the persecution he faced as a result, is probably a lot closer to home than you think.
On Feb 13, 2013 by [email protected]
Carmen Ortiz says her office's conduct was "appropriate in bringing and handling this case."
On Jan 17, 2013 by Kevin Morris
The answer likely boils down to intent.
On Jan 16, 2013 by Curt Hopkins
Thousands of supporters are taking to the official White House website to hit back at the district attorney who they claim "hounded" Swartz to his death—and to seek a posthumous pardon from President Barack Obama.
On Jan 14, 2013 by Kevin Morris
Just 26, the open Web pioneer was facing felony hacking charges from the Department of Justice.
On Jan 12, 2013 by Kevin Morris
The coveted academic library is being made available to the 100 most active Wikipedia editors, who say they need better sources to do their jobs.
On Nov 21, 2012 by Kevin Morris
Aaron Swartz, an early Reddit employee, is now being charged with criminal violations of a website's terms of service.
On Sep 18, 2012 by Kevin Morris
Aaron Swartz, an early employee of social news site, Reddit, has been arrested on charges of hacking into MIT's network.
On Jul 19, 2011 by Kevin Morris