«Do you realize whom Aaron Swartz is?» asks digital-rights lawyer Dylan Stack. He answers his very own concern: » The computer activist who committed committing committing suicide after a campaign that is unrelenting federal prosecutors to imprison him. In the memory, i am wanting to organize an action that is class prosecutorial overcharging.»
Now, bear in mind, this is for a tv show—and perhaps perhaps not some sober-minded PBS documentary about Swartz. It absolutely wasn’t also cable news or a sitcom that is geek-centered the major Bang Theory. This is, in reality, a sleek procedural that is legal on community tv: the great Wife, a CBS show about an attorney, Alicia Florrick (played by Julianna Margulies), starting its 5th period this Sunday.