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EFF Pioneer Award

HONOR

Awarded annually by the Electronic Frontier Foundation for "significant contributions to the empowerment of individuals in using computers."

1992
Doug Engelbart, Tom Jennings, Robert E. Kahn, Andrzej Smereczynski, and Jim Warren  
1993
Paul Baran, Vint Cerf, Ward Christensen, Dave Hughes and the USENET software developers  
1994
Bill Atkinson, Whitfield Diffie, Martin Hellman, Ivan Sutherland, Murray Turoff and Starr Roxanne Hiltz, Lee Felsenstein, and the WELL  
1995
Anita Borg, Willis Ware, Phil Zimmermann  
1996
Matthew Blaze, Bob Metcalfe, Peter Neumann, Shabbir Safdar  
1997
Johan Helsingius, Hedy Lamarr, Marc Rotenberg  
1998
Barbara Simons, Richard Stallman, Linus Torvalds  
1999
Simon Davies, Drazen Pantic, Jon Postel  
2000
Phil Agre, Tim Berners-Lee, and "Librarians Everywhere"  
2001
Bruce Ennis, Seth Finkelstein, Stephanie Perrin  
2002
Dan Gillmor, Beth Givens, Jon Johansen and writing staff of DeCSS  
2003
Amy Goodman, Eben Moglen, David Sobel  
2004
Kim Alexander, David Dill, Aviel Rubin  
2005
Patrick Ball, Ed Felten, Mitch Kapor  
2006
Gigi Sohn, Jimbo Wales, and Craigslist  
2007
Yochai Benkler, Cory Doctorow, Bruce Schneier  
2008
Mitchell Baker and the Mozilla Foundation, Michael Geist, Mark Klein  
2009
Ladyada Fried, Harri Hursti and Carl Malamud  
2010
Steven Aftergood, James Boyle, Pamela Jones, and Hari Krishna Prasad Vemuru  
2011
US Sen. Ron Wyden, Ian Goldberg, and Nawaat.org  



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