Leigh Honeywell is a Canadian hacker and community organizer currently living in San Francisco. She has shipped software security updates to a billion people, has been a Google Summer of Code mentor, and founded two hackerspaces. Her contributions to geek feminism include co-leadership of the Ubuntu Women project, editing the Geek Feminism wiki, and being an advisor to the Ada Initiative. You can read more of her writing at hypatia.ca, geekfeminism.org, or on Twitter.

How Twitter made it easier for low-grade harassers to pursue their targets.