Aaron Swartz documentary, The Internet's Own Boy, out today

The Internet's Own Boy, Brian Knappenberger's brilliant documentary about the life and death of Aaron Swartz, is out in cinemas and through on demand channels today.

The film's site has some key information and action: a list of upcoming screenings and an important petition to Congress for better oversight of federal attorney misconduct.

As previously noted, if you buy the Vimeo version for $10, you get a downloadable, remixable, CC-licensed version. For reasons I don't understand, you can't buy the video outside of the USA, but I can only assume that the CC-licensed version will soon be legally available on all the usual channels — the Internet Archive, the Pirate Bay, etc.