[Unbearable] Updates to GitHub Terms of Service

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Updated Terms of Service and new Site Policy repository

We're updating our Terms of Service (https://help.github.com/articles/github-terms-of-service/) and Corporate Terms of Service (https://help.github.com/articles/github-corporate-terms-of-service/). These revisions are the result of community feedback, along with clarifications and improvements to the readability of both documents. All changes are in separate pull requests in a new working repository, github/site-policy (https://github.com/github/site-policy). Here, you can view, comment, and suggest additional updates—or fork a copy to adapt for your own site.

Please submit your comments by 5:00 pm PST on Friday, July 28. After that, we’ll take a week to go through your comments and make changes to improve the Terms. The new Terms will become effective on Monday, August 7.

Pull requests welcome

We welcome you to look over our changes and share your input using the new Site Policy repository. Please follow our Contributor Guidelines (https://github.com/github/site-policy/blob/master/CONTRIBUTING.md) , and let us know if you see anything you think should be different—whether it’s a missed typo or a rule that might have implications we haven’t thought of.

Overview of changes
* Updates to GitHub Terms of Service (https://github.com/github/site-policy/pull/1) : Added a “Private Repositories” section as Section E, updated the licenses granted in Section D for clarity, and updated the Complete Agreement subsection in Section S, “Miscellaneous”
* Updates to GitHub Corporate Terms of Service (https://github.com/github/site-policy/pull/2) : Added a "Private Repositories" section as Section E, updated the licenses granted in Section D for clarity, updated the Complete Agreement subsection, and added a Publicity subsection to Section S, "Miscellaneous"
* Added a product description to the GitHub Business Plan Addendum (https://help.github.com/articles/github-business-plan-addendum/)
* Updated the Amendment to GitHub Terms of Service Applicable to U.S. Federal Government Users (https://help.github.com/amendment-to-github-terms-of-service-applicable-to-u-s-federal-government-users/) to reflect previous changes to notification policy

Can't comment before July 28? No problem! The site policy repository is always open, so you can send us feedback any time. Check out the blog post (https://github.com/blog/2393-open-sourcing-our-site-policies-and-new-changes-to-our-terms-of-service) to learn more, or give us your feedback (https://github.com/github/site-policy/issues/). We'd love to hear if our project helped you create policy foundations for your business.


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