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Why we signed the Copenhagen Pledge on Tech for Democracy

Why we signed the Copenhagen Pledge on Tech for Democracy

As the home for developers, we understand the key role our communities play in steering digital transformation and maintaining societal infrastructure. That's why we choose to drive and support policies and initiatives like the Copenhagen Pledge on Tech for Democracy. We're committed to working with like-minded organizations, governments, and civil society to make digital technologies work for democracy and human rights, and we encourage you to join us in this pledge.

Shelley McKinley
News and updates from the GitHub Policy Team

2022 Transparency Report: January to June

We’re reporting on a six-month period rather than annually to increase our level of transparency. For this report, we’ve continued with the more granular reporting we began in our 2021 reports.

Rose Coogan
Our response to the war in Ukraine

Our response to the war in Ukraine

As the global response to the tragedies in Ukraine and other impacted regions continues to evolve, I wanted to share with our community an expansion of the message that I shared earlier this week with our Hubbers.

Thomas Dohmke
2021 Transparency Report

2021 Transparency Report

In GitHub's latest transparency report, we’re giving you a by-the-numbers look at how we responded to requests for user info and content removal.

Rose Coogan
Vague infringement allegations considered harmful

Vague infringement allegations considered harmful

Ensuring that software copyright allegations are specific and actionable benefits the entire developer ecosystem. That’s why GitHub submitted a “friend of the court” brief in the SAS Institute, Inc. v. World Programming Ltd. case before a Federal Court of Appeals.

Justin Colannino