Discover the latest trends and insights on public software development activity on GitHub with the release of Q3 2023 data for the Innovation Graph.
Discover the latest trends and insights on public software development activity on GitHub with the release of Q2 2023 data for the Innovation Graph.
It’s time for our biannual transparency report, where we share how we approach content moderation and disclosure of user information. This year, we’re introducing the transparency center, a new platform for our transparency reporting data.
Explore a universe of data about how the world is building software together on GitHub.
Sharing our coalition paper to inform the final negotiation of the EU AI Act.
Have your say to protect open source in the EU.
The United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) recently proposed rule changes that will make it harder to challenge low quality patents. Without the ability to quickly and efficiently challenge wrongly granted patents, innovation and developers suffer.
GitHub is proud to join 40 companies endorsing the Cybersecurity Tech Accord principles limiting offensive operations in cyberspace.
We’re looking forward to working with policymakers to improve cybersecurity and support developers.
Developers are at the heart of our online world and at the forefront of creating solutions for global challenges, working to make the software that underpins our digital infrastructure more secure, reliable, and safe.
Policymakers around the world are developing policies that impact how software gets built and who gets to build it, see the latest now.
Looking back over a year’s worth of developer-first content moderation and, new in this report, making our data more accessible to researchers.
Our mission to accelerate human progress through developer collaboration requires us, from time to time, to fight against legal developments that would needlessly impair developers’ right to innovate. That’s why GitHub has filed an amicus brief in the appeal of Yout LLC v. Recording Industry of America, Inc.
Below are my prepared remarks delivered at the EU Open Source Policy Summit in Brussels on Feb 3rd.
We’re more excited than ever about what the future holds and the role open source will continue to play in solving critical societal challenges.
How GitHub advocated for developer interests at the US Copyright Office technical measures consultations