Internet scholar faults Justice Department prosecution "in part at least" for driving Aaron Swartz to his death.
Larry Lessig is leaving Stanford Law School to rejoin the faculty at Harvard Law School, a necessary move to help him fight corruption.
CNET News.com's Caroline McCarthy interviews Lawrence Lessig, Stanford law professor and co-founder of the new Change Congress project, about government corruption then and now.
At Personal Democracy Forum, Stanford law professor says we can only work to reform government if we work at it constantly--not just every election cycle.
William and Flora Hewlett Foundation pledges funds to the copyright-reform group over the next five years as Lawrence Lessig resigns to focus on his new Change Congress project.
Net legal guru calls on politicians and citizens alike to support his "Change Congress" movement, which borrows approaches from Wikipedia and his own Creative Commons set-up.
The Stanford Law prof says that Internet fandom isn't enough to win against a well-known local politician also seeking the seat.
Larry Lessig is a friend. That's why I hope he won't run for office.
The Stanford University law professor and copyright law critic plans to decide by March 1 whether to seek the Silicon Valley seat vacated by the late Rep. Tom Lantos.
Tim Wu is taking up the mantle left by Larry Lessig.