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(==Podcast on aaron-swartz wunderkind-free-culture-movement-on-the-media== In 2013, 26-year-old software developer and political activist Aaron Swartz died by suicide. He had been indicted on federal)
 
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==Telepolis: Internetaktivist wird des Massenklaus von Wissenschaftsartikeln beschuldigt==
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Zwischen September 2010 und Januar 2011 soll der unglaublich
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aktive 24-Jährige “systematisch und schnell” die Artikel von JSTOR
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heruntergeladen haben, in dem er sich durch den Einbruch in einen
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verschlossenen Schaltraum am MIT Zugang zu einem Switch verschafft
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hatte, um so in das MIT-Netzwerk eindringen zu können, wo er sich
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unter einem Pseudonym als Gast angemeldet hatte, was kurzzeitig
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möglich ist. Weil das MIT Kunde von JSTOR ist, konnte er so die
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Millionen von Artikeln auf sein angeblich zu eben dem Zweck erworbenen
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ACER-Notebook herunterladen.
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==Inside Higher Ed: The Activist Who Downloaded Too Much==
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==NY Times: Open-Access Advocate Is Arrested for Huge Download==
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[[Kategorie:Mensch]]
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==The Internet´s Own Boy - Die Geschichte des Aaron Swartz ==
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www.geo-television.de › cms › the-internet-s-own-boy ...
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Aaron Swartz galt als erstaunlicher Denker, als Visionär ...
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Die Doku erzählt seine erstaunliche und höchst tragische Lebensgeschichte, ...
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==Podcast on aaron-swartz wunderkind-free-culture-movement-on-the-media==
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In 2013, 26-year-old software developer and political activist Aaron
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Swartz died by suicide. He had been indicted on federal charges after
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illegally downloading 4.8 million articles from JSTOR, a database of
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academic journals, and potentially faced a million dollar fine and
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decades in jail. While his death made headline news, Swartz had long
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been an Internet folk hero and a fierce advocate for the free exchange
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of information. In his book, The Idealist, writer Justin Peters places
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Swartz within the fraught, often colorful, history of copyright in
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America. Brooke talks with Peters about Swartz's legacy and the long
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line of "data moralists" who came before him.
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Music in this podcast extra:
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"Moss Garden" by David Bowie
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"Heroes" by David Bowie; performed by The Meridian String Quartet
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"Life On Mars?" by David Bowie; performed by The Meridian String Quartet.
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This segment originally aired in our January 15, 2016 program, "Terms of
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Engagement."
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Hosted by Brooke Gladstone
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https://www.wnycstudios.org/podcasts/otm/episodes/aaron-swartz-wunderkind-free-culture-movement-on-the-media
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==[[Tim Berners-Lee]]: Aaron dead==
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@timberners_lee==
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> [[Tim Berners-Lee]] @timberners_lee
 
> Aaron dead. World wanderers, we have lost a wise elder.
> Aaron dead. World wanderers, we have lost a wise elder.
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> Hackers for right, we are one down. Parents all, we have lost a child.
> Hackers for right, we are one down. Parents all, we have lost a child.
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> Let us weep.
 
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> Let us weep.
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http://lists.w3.org/Archives/Public/www-tag/2013Jan/0017.html ... [[W3C]]

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Telepolis: Internetaktivist wird des Massenklaus von Wissenschaftsartikeln beschuldigt

Zwischen September 2010 und Januar 2011 soll der unglaublich aktive 24-Jährige “systematisch und schnell” die Artikel von JSTOR heruntergeladen haben, in dem er sich durch den Einbruch in einen verschlossenen Schaltraum am MIT Zugang zu einem Switch verschafft hatte, um so in das MIT-Netzwerk eindringen zu können, wo er sich unter einem Pseudonym als Gast angemeldet hatte, was kurzzeitig möglich ist. Weil das MIT Kunde von JSTOR ist, konnte er so die Millionen von Artikeln auf sein angeblich zu eben dem Zweck erworbenen ACER-Notebook herunterladen.


Inside Higher Ed: The Activist Who Downloaded Too Much

NY Times: Open-Access Advocate Is Arrested for Huge Download


The Internet´s Own Boy - Die Geschichte des Aaron Swartz

www.geo-television.de › cms › the-internet-s-own-boy ... Aaron Swartz galt als erstaunlicher Denker, als Visionär ... Die Doku erzählt seine erstaunliche und höchst tragische Lebensgeschichte, ...


Podcast on aaron-swartz wunderkind-free-culture-movement-on-the-media

In 2013, 26-year-old software developer and political activist Aaron Swartz died by suicide. He had been indicted on federal charges after illegally downloading 4.8 million articles from JSTOR, a database of academic journals, and potentially faced a million dollar fine and decades in jail. While his death made headline news, Swartz had long been an Internet folk hero and a fierce advocate for the free exchange of information. In his book, The Idealist, writer Justin Peters places Swartz within the fraught, often colorful, history of copyright in America. Brooke talks with Peters about Swartz's legacy and the long line of "data moralists" who came before him.

Music in this podcast extra:

"Moss Garden" by David Bowie

"Heroes" by David Bowie; performed by The Meridian String Quartet

"Life On Mars?" by David Bowie; performed by The Meridian String Quartet.

This segment originally aired in our January 15, 2016 program, "Terms of Engagement." Hosted by Brooke Gladstone

https://www.wnycstudios.org/podcasts/otm/episodes/aaron-swartz-wunderkind-free-culture-movement-on-the-media


Tim Berners-Lee: Aaron dead

@timberners_lee==

> Aaron dead. World wanderers, we have lost a wise elder.

> Hackers for right, we are one down. Parents all, we have lost a child.

> Let us weep.

http://lists.w3.org/Archives/Public/www-tag/2013Jan/0017.html ... W3C

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