The International Mathematical Union renames its Nevanlinna Prize (given every four years to major accomplishments in theoretical computer science; see to the IMU Abacus Medal:

The article doesn't say why but it's because Nevanlinna was a Nazi sympathizer and collaborator. The prize was named after him in the early 1980s because its funding came from Finland, but Nevanlinna also never had much to do with TCS.

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