He was arrested in 2011, for downloading academic articles from a subscription-based research website JSTOR -- at his university -- with the intention of making them available to the public.
What does JHOVE stand for?
JHOVE stands for JSTOR (Journal Storage)/Harvard Object Validation Environment
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- Information technology (IT) and computers
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
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- Joint Harbor Operations Centers
- Joint Humanitarian Operations Course (US AID)
- Jubjub Helmet of Doom (Battledome; video game)
- Journal of Health Occupations Education
- Jackson Hole One Fly (Jackson, WY)
- Jewish Heritage Online Magazine
- Justice House of Prayer (Grandview, MO)
- Jerusalem House of Prayer for All Nations
- Japan Hygienic Olefin and Styrene Plastics Association (Tokyo, Japan; est. 1973)
- John Henry Owen Willcox
- Jacketed Hollow Point (bullet)
- Japan Team of Young Human Power (est. 1993)
- Jewish Heritage Program
- Jobs Have Priority (est. 1988; Washington, DC)
- Joseph Henry Press (National Academies Press imprint)
- Journal of Health Psychology
- Journal of Humanistic Psychology
- Jours Hors Projet (French: Days Off Project)
- Jan Hird Pokorny Associates (architecture firm; New York, NY)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Swartz was a 26-year-old activist who committed suicide last year while under federal prosecution and was charged with stealing 4 million documents from MIT and JSTOR.
A special content-sharing agreement with JSTOR means we are now able to archive the text of winning essays on our website.
They also point to the fact that visitors to MIT, the location where he downloaded the data, are allowed to download as many academic articles as they want from JSTOR while at the university.
He died facing charges that could have led to a 35-year jail sentence and a $1 million fine for allegedly hacking into a Massachusetts Institute of Technology network and downloading millions of scholarly articles from the JSTOR subscription service.
JSTOR did not press charges against Swartz after the digitized copies of the articles were returned, according to media reports at the time.
Under the Penn State arrangement, the Annual will also be on both JSTOR and Project Muse in full text, so its content should be readily available to pretty much anyone with an academic connection.
At least with the help of JSTOR we can easily add his work to the hard copy of this volume.