Since Aaron’s SS file is close to 300,000 pages, computer analytics can provide access to large amounts of data that would not be accessible otherwise. But since the quality of these documents are too poor for standard Optical Character Recognition (OCR) – which is typical of FOIA files – this renders the text unreadable by machine. Our analysis revealed some interesting details. For example, the top words used by the FBI to describe Swartz are ‘information’ and ‘access’ - words used often by Swartz in his Guerilla Open Access Manifesto. Through computational analysis, we can see that these topics are of concern to both Swartz and the intelligence community.