SAN FRANCISCO - Tributes are pouring in for an internet pioneer who is being remembered for his groundbreaking work to promote internet freedom.
John Perry Barlow passed away yesterday.
He co-founded the San Francisco-based Electronic Frontier Foundation and was also a lyricist for the Grateful Dead.
Barlow co-founded the EFF in 1990.
The Wyoming native became a fierce advocate for defending civil liberties in the digital world.
Barlow had recently completed a memoir, entitled "Mother American Night." It's due out in June.
Barlow was 70 years old.
Here are some of the tributes and memories shared by Barlow's many colleagues, followers, and friends: