The Aaron Swartz documentary 'The Internet's Own Boy' premiered at SXSW. The open education activist and Reddit co-founder Aaron Swartz was an incredible individual who fought for what he believed in and died tragically. Brian Knappenberger is the director of the riveting film The Internet's Own Boy. Brain is no stranger to SXSW; he has also showcased other documentaries at the festival, such as his 2012 film We Are Legion: The Rise of Anonymous and the Occupy Movement.
The Aaron Swartz documentary highlights how he was crusader of SOPA, co-founder of Reddit, how he helped build RSS and how was an integral part of an Internet movement. The Internet's Own Boy is Aaron's story as told by his family members and colleagues. At the ripe age of 26, he had accomplished more than most do in a lifetime.
The incredibly well told film is raw. The Aaron Swartz documentary even touches upon the notion that he was a criminal working against the government. He was seen as a threat because he was fighting against those who don't care about right, but profit.
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