Ethan Solomon

Executive Editor at the MIT Tech newspaper

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Executive Editor at the MIT Tech newspaper

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At the age of 14, Aaron Swartz was considered an Internet prodigy who developed a code still used to deliver changing content to the worldwide web.

Aaron Swartz and Internet Freedom

At the age of 14, Aaron Swartz was considered an Internet prodigy who developed a code still used to deliver changing content to the worldwide web.

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At the age of 14, Aaron Swartz was considered an Internet prodigy who developed a code still used to deliver changing content to the worldwide web.

Aaron Swartz and Internet Freedom

At the age of 14, Aaron Swartz was considered an Internet prodigy who developed a code still used to deliver changing content to the worldwide web.

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