Ada Lovelace Day

October 16, 2012 - 12:00pm
All over the Internet!

On October 16, join EFF and technology users around the Internet in celebrating women in science, technology, engineering and math. Ada Lovelace Day is an international celebration that gives us an opportunity to publicize the important contributions women make to technology and technology policy.

Defending rights online means more than just standing up for abstract principles. It means supporting the users and developers who want to
make technology better, and needless to say, women are an essential part of that project.

Please join us -- it's easy! Just blog, tweet, post on G+, and tell your friends. You can write about women in technology that have inspired or influenced you, or you can write about technology issues that particularly affect women.

EFF is proud to participate in Ada Lovelace Day. We'll be blogging, tweeting, and reposting some of our favorite articles on our blog and social media accounts. We're especially interested in posts that connect civil liberties, technology, and women. If you write something, send a link to kellie@eff.org

Learn more:
http://findingada.com/
https://twitter.com/findingada

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