The US government has indicted four Chinese government hackers for crimes spanning from 2011 to 2018.
The new owners of the free and open-source audio editing software announced the privacy changes, kicking off a furor.
Microsoft-owned Github quickly deleted the code, which exploited vulnerabilities apparently used by Chinese hackers to break into a series of companies.
After removing the popular tool for claims of copyright infringement, Github has done a 180-degree turn on that decision.
Get ready to lose, a lot.
And it's using Github's own cat mascot to do it.
Popcorn Time, a popular Netflix-style app for torrents, has hit yet another snag thanks to Hollywood studios. But it will live to stream another day.
Tech workers are protesting outside of Github’s biggest event of the year—and several speakers have dropped out.
As thousands of people protest in Barcelona, an app meant to organize activists was blocked by Github on request of the government.
Multiple GitHub employees recalled comments from CEO Nat Friedman made during an internal company meeting.