Occupy Wall Street may be long over, but the lawsuits are still very much alive and kicking. Just this week, New York City agreed to shell out $25,000 to one Isaac Wilder, founder of the Free Network Foundation, as recompense for the “Freedom Tower,” a tall, thin pole loaded with routers that beamed Wi Fi signal across Zuccotti Park in the early days of the Occupy movement. The Freedom Tower disappeared during a raid on Zuccotti Park in November, 2011.