I'm GitHub's Director of Platform Policy and Counsel, building and guiding implementation of GitHub’s approach to content moderation. My work focuses on developing GitHub’s policy positions, providing legal support on content policy development and enforcement, and engaging with policymakers to support policy outcomes that empower developers and shape the future of software.
Recap of our event with HackerOne, Wikimedia, Reddit, and the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF), about the effects of the EU copyright proposal and what exactly the EU Parliament will vote on this Wednesday.
Four new policies related to bribery and events are now available open source.
We recap efforts to improve protections for an open internet in the US and India, and we'll revisit a resource for developers who want to help policymakers understand the need to save net neutrality.
This year's report from the EFF focuses on government takedown requests and how companies protect their users from unwarranted censorship.
How GitHub's content moderation practices compare to the report's recommendations.
How GitHub integrates human rights in its policy work.
How GitHub promotes human rights in its approach to takedown requests and other aspects of content moderation
We're open-sourcing our anti-slavery and anti-child-labor statement and will discuss it at RightsCon.
follow-up to earlier call to action to developers on EU copyright proposal
$ git push ... remote: Resolving deltas: 100% (2/2), completed with 2 local objects. remote: error: GH013: Your push could infringe someone's copyright. remote: If you believe this is a…