The Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) is a 22-year old United States law meant to strike a complicated balance between art, code, and speech on the net — impacting users of platforms like GitHub. DMCA
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Like our global community, we’ve had a year of challenges and extremes at GitHub, and I’m grateful everyday for our culture as our foundation of strength and resilience. We started our fiscal year in July
@demetris11 embarks on a journey of curiosity and discovery in her new role overseeing DI&B strategy at GitHub
We regularly update our policies to reflect the evolution of our products, changing legal requirements, and user feedback. In this update, we’ve made some changes to our Terms of Service, Privacy Statement, and other site