Women have primarily been engaged in community building on the Internet nationally and globally, primarily through content sharing and development. Although women have virtually no documented role in the creation of the Internet, they can easily be credited for its evolution since its public debut in the mid-1980s. Moreover, since 2000, women have become increasingly engaged in online activism on various fronts, such as empowering women to use the Internet and related Web-based technologies to communicate and train girls and women on critical regional and global issues. Near the end of the 20th century, a number of ideas and inventions led the way toward wireless communication, all of which have been credited to men. It is significant to review the emergence of wireless communication as ...

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