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Aaron H. Swartz, accused of mass downloading over two million documents from the JSTOR online journal archive with the intent to distribute them, exits federal court in Boston yesterday morning. Swartz appeared for an arraignment on a superseding indictment. He pleaded not guilty on all 13 counts. The case is currently in discovery and a jury trial preliminarily scheduled for Feb. 4 (MIT Registration Day, in fact).

Aaron H. Swartz, accused of mass downloading over two million documents from the JSTOR online journal archive with the intent to distribute them, exits federal court in Boston yesterday morning. Swartz appeared for an arraignment on a superseding indictment. He pleaded not guilty on all 13 counts. The case is currently in discovery and a jury trial preliminarily scheduled for Feb. 4 (MIT Registration Day, in fact).