Remembering Aaron Swartz and His Battle With PACER

In September 2008, Aaron Swartz commissioned a friend to walk into a federal law library in Sacramento with a thumb drive. The building was one of 17 in the country with unlimited access to the Public Access to Court Electronic Records (PACER) database, a service that normally chargers users a fee for each page of … Continue reading Remembering Aaron Swartz and His Battle With PACER