Aaron Swartz Faced A More Severe Prison Term Than Killers, Slave Dealers And Bank RobbersBy Ian Millhiser
Jan. 15, 2013
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On Friday, Internet pioneer and open information activist Aaron Swartz took his own life at the age of 26. At the time of his death, Swartz was under indictment for logging into JSTOR, a database of scholarly articles, and rapidly downloading those articles with the intent to make them public. If Swartz had lived to be convicted of the charges against him, he faced 50 years or more in a federal prison.