[caption id="attachment_57022" align="alignleft" width="150"] Aaron Swartz was facing up to 35 years in prison when he committed suicide in January.[/caption]

The Massachusetts Institute of Technology has concluded that there was “no wrongdoing on MIT’s part” in the prosecution and suicide of internet activist and computer programmer Aaron Swartz.

The findings were released today in a 180-page report that followed a review conducted by Hal Abelson, a professor of computer science and engineering at MIT. Abelson was asked to lead the internal probe by MIT President L. Rafael Reif in January after Swartz...

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