November 3 is election day in the U.S. Early voting is available in most states. If you haven’t yet, make a plan to vote. If you’re an employer in the U.S., make sure employees have
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
As policymakers grapple with how to address hate speech and disinformation on the internet, they’re eying the legal structure underpinning collaborative software development: legal safe harbors. These safe harbors protect online platforms from liability for
Ensure your neighbors have the right to vote: A software engineer volunteers at his local elections office
This post is the second in a series on access and the U.S. elections. Hear from Software Engineer and GitHub Senior Director of Strategic Programs, Kyle Daigle, on his experience volunteering at his local election office.
Register, vote, and volunteer to make an impact during the U.S. 2020 elections.
Are you leading teams in a remote world? We are wrapping up our remote working series with some final tips on leading remote and distributed teams. We hope our teams have helped while we collectively work remotely from around the world.
Last week, the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) ruled the EU-US Privacy Shield, a mechanism governing personal data transfers from the EU to the US, is invalid due to concerns about US government access to