Congratulations are in order to cyberlaw pioneer Kathy Kleiman for her longstanding work to produce a documentary film on the first computer programmers – women working for the military during World War II – because the Army had run out of male mathematicians.

ABCNews published an article today on Kathy’s documentary film "Invisible Computers: The Story of the ENIAC Programmers". The film chronicles the groundbreaking work of these women scientists who went decades without any public acknowledgement of their contribution to computer science.

Kathy is also one of the co-founders of ICANN’s Non-Commercial Users Constituency (NCUC) and has worked for the public interest in Internet law and policy for over a decade.

Congratulations and thank you, Kathy!