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Lawrence Lessig / Lessig Blog, v2:
On the emptiness in the concept of “neutrality”   —  One of the most frustrating aspects of this report is the role of “neutrality” — especially in light of the criticism MIT makes of the prosecutors reported in the post below.  —  “Neutrality” is one of those empty words that somehow …
Jul 30, 2013, 7:50 PMIn context
Lawrence Lessig / Lessig Blog, v2:
A time for silence   —  A week ago today, Aaron gave up.  And since I received the call late Friday night telling me that, like so many others who were close to him, I have not rested.  Not slept, really.  Not connected with my kids, at all.  Not held my wife except to comfort her tears, or for her to comfort mine.
Jan 19, 2013, 4:25 AMIn context
Lawrence Lessig / Lessig Blog, v2:
Prosecutor as bully   —  (Some will say this is not the time.  I disagree.  This is the time when every mixed emotion needs to find voice.)  —  Since his arresting the early morning of January 11, 2011 — two years to the day before Aaron Swartz ended his life — I have known more about the events …
Jan 12, 2013, 2:00 PMIn context

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