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Tech Entrepreneur Shares Creepy Messages She Received After Asking For Business Advice

By Mark Pygas

It's fair to say that the tech industry isn't always the friendliest place for women. According to the National Center for Women & Information Technology (NCWIT), just 25 percent of the computing workforce was female in 2015. Back in June, Uber CEO and co-founder Travis Kalanick took a leave of absence amid a sexual harassment scandal. And just last week, James Damore was fired by Google over a controversial manifesto on workplace equality. 

Now, Lydia Jones, a tech entrepreneur from the North West of England and co-founder of the Troops mobile app, has taken to Twitter to share the series of texts she received after asking for business advice on Facebook.