"I don’t think Chomsky gets how Chomsky applies to Chomsky..."
Part2 (Chomsky Vs Swartz):
"Whether deliberate or not, there’s a lot of misrepresentation here. First of all, Swartz did not “[break] into the MIT computer system.” MIT provides JSTOR access to anyone who is on campus. Swartz simply logged in with a guest account. That he “liberated” and “freed up” JSTOR is also misleading. He used a program that enabled rapid downloading, but he wasn’t publishing it anywhere. It was being saved to a laptop he had hidden in a closet. What he intended to do with the files is still not known."
(The stuff in the 2nd part is pretty close to my heart - as anyone who attended or heard the Hacker Farm TEDx 'talk' last year on Open Source Science / journal paywalls / Aaron Swartz / JSTOR will be aware...)