On 15 January, a federal court in Massachusetts dismissed the hacking case against Reddit founder, Aaron Swartz, who committed suicide last Friday.
Swartz's attorney, Elliot Peters, said in an email that the dropped charges were “too little too late,” as the dismissal “would have been welcome this time last week.” US Attorney Carmen Ortiz and Assistant US Attorney Stephen Heymann, filed the two sentence notice of dismissal. A petition for the government&r...
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