/// Code Genius Alan Turing Gets Royal Pardon — 60 Years Too Late

December 24, 2013  |  All Things Digital

Alan Turing, one of computing’s most significant pioneers and a key codebreaker in World War II, was given a posthumous royal pardon in Britain for his 1952 conviction for homosexuality, after which he was punished via chemical castration. While it does not correct the past and the devastating impact of history’s discriminatory laws, this tragic injustice done to the tech luminary is now in the dustheap it always should have been in.

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Code Genius Alan Turing Gets Royal Pardon — 60 Years Too Late


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