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MIT plans to release documents in Aaron Swartz case

The president of MIT announced today that the university would release documents related to the case involving the late internet activist Aaron Swartz, following a legal request by lawyers for Swartz’s estate.

In an email to the MIT community, President Rafael Reif wrote that on Friday, lawyers handling Aaron Swartz’s estate filed a legal request with the Boston federal court, demanding the court release public information related to the case.

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