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==Further Reading/Research==
==Further Reading/Research==

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Mary Ann Horton


United States

Birth - Death

1955 -




Transgender computer engineer who developed and led the growth of Usenet and the internet in the 1980s. Invented uuencode which was the forerunner to e-mail attachments. Transgender activist in the workplace who lead the campaign to include gender identity anti-discrimination in workplace policies. Formerly Mark Horton.

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