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One year ago this month, the young Internet freedom activist and groundbreaking programmer Aaron Swartz took his own life. Swartz died shortly before he was set to go to trial for downloading millions of academic articles from servers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology based on the belief that the articles should be freely available online.
At the time he committed suicide, Swartz was facing 35 years in prison, a penalty supporters called excessively harsh. The Story of Aaron Swartz. This is our fifth year covering some of the films here, and the people and topics they explore. Today, we spend the hour with the people involved in an incredible documentary that just had its world premiere here yesterday. It was just over a year ago, on January 11th, , that the young Internet freedom activist took his own life.
He was 26 years old. This is a clip of Aaron Swartz from the film. I think you should always be questioning. And I think the same applies to society. That was Aaron Swartz in his early twenties. By that time, Aaron was already an Internet legend. At the age of 14, Aaron helped develop RSS , Really Simple Syndication, which changed how people get online content, allowing them to subscribe to different sources of information like blogs and podcasts.
He also helped develop the Creative Commons alternative to copyright, which encourages authors and publishers to share content. He founded a company, Infogami, that merged with Reddit, which allows users to collectively rank and promote contributed content, is now one of the most popular websites globally.
Safra Center for Ethics. Aaron believed the articles should be freely available online. Although Aaron did not give or sell the files to anyone, the federal government filed multiple felony charges against him.
At the time he committed suicide, Aaron was facing 35 years in prison, a penalty supporters called excessively harsh. Now, despite promises of reform, the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act used to charge Swartz remains unchanged. Campaign finance reform was another one of the many issues Aaron cared deeply about. We also hear from Aaron himself and then his girlfriend, Taren Stinebrickner-Kauffman.
SOPA was the bill that was intended to curtail online piracy of music and movies, but what it did was basically take a sledgehammer to a problem that needed a scalpel. And Aaron got that right away. The freedoms guaranteed in our Constitution, the freedoms our country had been built on, would be suddenly deleted.
New technology, instead of bringing us greater freedom, would have snuffed out fundamental rights we had always taken for granted. Aaron was one of the most prominent people in a community of people who helped lead organizing around social justice issues at the federal level in this country.
The phone lines on Capitol Hill flat-out melted. Members of Congress started rushing to issue statements retracting their support for the bill that they were promoting just a couple days ago. And that was when, as hard as it was for me to believe, after all this, we had won.
The thing that everyone said was impossible, that some of the biggest companies in the world had written off as kind of a pipe dream, had happened.
This is a historic week in Internet politics, maybe American politics. The thing that we heard from people in Washington, D. I think that was an extremely exciting moment.
This was the moment when the Internet had grown up politically. This is Democracy Now! Aaron Swartz reportedly said it was his theme song. We welcome you to Democracy Now! I think Aaron was interested in making the world a better place and changing the world for the better. He took his own life. He committed suicide just over a year ago. Talk about the circumstances leading up to his death, what he was facing. Well, he was facing trial for a felony—on felony charges from the federal government, and a—a really vindictive and, in many respects, nearly sadistic prosecution by the federal government, and which turned his whole life upside down, drained his financial resources, and terrified him with the prospect of destroying his future.
Noah, you, too, are a computer programmer. As Ben Wikler is quoted in the movie, Aaron thought very firmly that he should work on what was most important in the world at any given time, and he really felt that he could do this through computers and through technology.
And much of his work in the last four years had been around this. With Demand Progress and the SOPA protest, he built a whole framework for—specifically for Demand Progress, but basically for any activist organization that wants to maintain an email list, wants to be able to send actions to people, and sort of revolutionized this space with technology, in addition to working on things like SecureDrop and—.
And explain what SecureDrop—. SecureDrop is a tool to protect journalistic sources by allowing them to submit articles anonymously and through an encrypted connection—or documents rather than articles. Noah, you have organized hackathons.
Explain what they are. So, we organized a number of hackathons. I find these questions a little difficult. I mean, his worldview seemed to me to be normal and ordinary. He was very curious. He was certainly very interested in computers. A deep questioner, questioning, when he was growing up, school and its role? Deep questions are much—are much more serious. There are much more serious deep questions than that.
Like father, like son. As Aaron grew older, the kind of work he did, truly remarkable, I mean, one of the founders of Reddit, and moving on, though, to talk about what happened in , how you came to know what happened when Aaron was arrested, and the weight of the state on Aaron? Well, I was—I had landed in San Francisco for some meetings, and I got a call from my wife that Aaron had been arrested, and was just shattered by that news.
I guess, initially, on the one hand, we were devastated, because any—the notion that Aaron would be arrested and be involved in the criminal justice system was completely incomprehensible, but on the other hand, the notion was that we could get this resolved in some rational way.
As time went on, that became clear that it was much more complicated than we had ever imagined and much more difficult. And the weight—the weight on Aaron, in particular, was immense, as we struggled to try to resolve this. Explain what you came to understand he did. Explain what it is and what he did. JSTOR is a repository for scholarly journals. There are millions of articles that are gathered.
No, the articles are produced for free by the academics, and the journals are edited and produced by the academic societies, in general, for free. JSTOR is not-for-profit, but nonetheless they charge both universities and their subscribers and individual users for access to those journals.
The notion that the knowledge of mankind, that is—that is provided for free, should be behind a pay wall is completely wrong. And explain what Aaron did. I wanted to turn to comments of Aaron himself made at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in October of I am going to give you one example of something not as big as saving Congress, but something important that you can do right here at your own school.
It just requires you willing to get your shoes a little bit muddy. By virtue of being students at a major U. And these licensing fees are substantial. I mean, a lot of these journal articles, they go back to the Enlightenment. That is a legacy that has been brought to us by the history of people doing interesting work, the history of scientists.
Now, there are people, good people, trying to change this with the open access movement. At the same time, as one of the largest archives of scholarly literature in the world, we must be careful stewards of the information entrusted to us by the owners and creators of that content.
To that end, Aaron returned the data he had in his possession and JSTOR settled any civil claims we might have had against him in June Your father did, as well? Your father had no relationship with MIT , but you did.
Well, first of all, MIT brought in the federal authorities. They worked at the direction of the federal authorities. Rather than, as was their custom, just—which they did with another instance of this, of downloading of academic journals that was going on at the same time—disconnecting the computer and stopping it, they put a camera in order to build a case against him, and then continued to collaborate and cooperate with the U. Now, you had, presumably, a sort of a way to talk to the higher-ups at MIT.
You had worked there for years. What was their response to you? Their response was that MIT was neutral, which was nonsense and which—. Why is that nonsense? Because they cooperated with the prosecutor. They provided the prosecutor evidence without a subpoena and a warrant.
They also refused to cooperate with us, give us evidence, and we had very significant difficulty even getting them to respond. But in the report, the report makes clear that MIT did not remain neutral, and worked with the government. Noah, what would you like to see MIT do now?
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