Who Owns Knowledge? Examining Open Access Policies
In January of this year, activist and world-renowned computer genius Aaron Swartz took his own life. At the time of his death, Swartz, an instrumental figure in the invention of the RSS feed and the online community Reddit, was facing 35 years in prison and exorbitant fines for downloading millions of articles from MIT’s academic … Continue reading "Who Owns Knowledge? Examining Open Access Policies"