MIT asserts "no wrongdoing" in Aaron Swartz case

The 180-page report spearheaded by MIT Professor Hal Abelson was authorized by MIT president Rafael Reif in January. An initial glance shows that the report found no wrongdoing on the part of the University or its employees. On a conference call, Abelson said the report is not edited and that MIT officials had no advance knowledge of the report nor did MIT target Swartz.

Update: Lawrence Lessig has chimed in with his take on the report.