At GitHub, we believe in empowering developers around the world. We also believe in basic human rights and treating people with respect and dignity. Today, I wanted to share a message I sent to all employees yesterday that is related to this, as it is important that we share our views on immigration policy with the world and not just internally with employees.
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Sanctions impact both developers and the global open source community. Read more about how US trade sanctions affect GitHub—and how we’re advocating for as much access to code and collaboration as possible.
Find out what we shared at the US Copyright Office based on our experience with the EU Copyright Directive.
Read about how collaboration on GitHub connects to free assembly and association online as part of our input to the United Nations Human Rights Council.
We’re updating our Privacy Statement, Subprocessors and Cookies Policy, Terms of Service, and Corporate Terms of Service—and the changes are ready for your feedback.
The EU Copyright Directive has come down to a final vote. Read on for more on what’s at stake and how the developer community shaped the debate.
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