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Internet Activist Memorialized As Leader Of 'Free Culture' Movement

NPR | Jan. 14, 2013 2:21 p.m.

The death of Aaron Swartz has intensified a debate over access to information on the Internet. Swartz was a computer prodigy and activist who committed suicide on Friday. He was only 26, but he had long ago become a leader of the Free Culture movement, which believed online information should be accessible to everyone. Audie Cornish talks about the movement with a reporter who has covered it, Declan McCullagh, chief political correspondent with CNET.

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