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GitHub 服务条款

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感谢您使用 GitHub! 我们很高兴在这里与您邂逅。 在访问或使用 GitHub 之前,请仔细阅读本服务条款协议。 由于它是我们与用户之间的重要合同,因此我们尽可能明确阐述。 为方便起见,我们在列出完整的法律条款之前,用简短的非约束性摘要介绍这些条款。

摘要

说明
A. 定义 一些基本术语,其定义方式将有助于您理解此协议。 不明确时请回头参阅本节内容。
B. 帐户条款 These are the basic requirements of having an Account on GitHub.
C. Acceptable Use These are the basic rules you must follow when using your GitHub Account.
D. User-Generated Content You own the content you post on GitHub. However, you have some responsibilities regarding it, and we ask you to grant us some rights so we can provide services to you.
E. Private Repositories This section talks about how GitHub will treat content you post in private repositories.
F. Copyright & DMCA Policy This section talks about how GitHub will respond if you believe someone is infringing your copyrights on GitHub.
G. Intellectual Property Notice This describes GitHub's rights in the website and service.
H. API Terms These are the rules for using GitHub's APIs, whether you are using the API for development or data collection.
I. Additional Product Terms We have a few specific rules for GitHub's features and products.
J. Beta Previews These are some of the additional terms that apply to GitHub's features that are still in development.
K. 付款 You are responsible for payment. We are responsible for billing you accurately.
L. Cancellation and Termination You may cancel this agreement and close your Account at any time.
M. Communications with GitHub We only use email and other electronic means to stay in touch with our users. We do not provide phone support.
N. 免责声明 We provide our service as is, and we make no promises or guarantees about this service. Please read this section carefully; you should understand what to expect.
O. 责任限制 We will not be liable for damages or losses arising from your use or inability to use the service or otherwise arising under this agreement. Please read this section carefully; it limits our obligations to you.
P. Release and Indemnification You are fully responsible for your use of the service.
Q. Changes to these Terms of Service We may modify this agreement, but we will give you 30 days' notice of changes that affect your rights.
R. 其他 Please see this section for legal details including our choice of law.

GitHub 服务条款

生效日期:2019 年 11 月 13 日

A. 定义

概述:*我们在整个协议中使用这些基本术语,它们具有特定含义。 在我们使用每个术语时,您应该了解我们表达的意思。 我们不会对定义进行检验,但它仍然是有用的信息。*

  1. “帐户”代表您与 GitHub 之间的法律关系。 “用户帐户”代表单个用户登录和使用服务的授权,并在 GitHub 上作为用户的身份。 “组织”是可能与一个实体或者一个或多个用户相关联的共享工作空间,其中多个用户可以同时跨多个项目进行协作。 用户帐户可以是任意数量的组织之成员。
  2. “协议”是一种统称,包括本文档中包含或引用的所有条款、条件、通知(“服务条款”或“条款”)和所有其他操作规则、政策(包括 GitHub 隐私声明,请参阅 github.com/site/privacy),以及我们可能不时在网站上发布的程序。 我们大多数站点政策可在 help.github.com/categories/site-policy 上查阅。
  3. “测试版预览”是指识别为 alpha、beta、预览、提早访问或评估或者具有类似含义的字词或短语的软件、服务或功能。
  4. “内容”是指通过网站提供或显示的内容,包括但不限于通过网站或服务提供的代码、文本、数据、文章、图像、照片、图形、软件、应用程序、程序包、设计、功能及其他材料。 “内容”也包括服务。 “用户生成的内容”是由我们用户创建或上传的书面或其他形式的内容。 “您的内容”是您创建或拥有的内容。
  5. “GitHub”和“我们是指 GitHub Inc.,以及我们的附属公司、董事、子公司、承包商、许可人、高管、代理和员工。
  6. “服务”是指 GitHub 提供的应用程序、软件、产品和服务,包括任何测试版预览。
  7. “用户”、“您”和“您的”是指访问或使用网站或服务、访问或使用帐户的任何部分或指示使用帐户以执行其功能的个人、公司或组织。 用户必须年满 13 岁。 特殊条款可能适用于企业或政府帐户(请参阅第 B(5) 节:附加条款)。
  8. “网站”是指 github.com 上的 GitHub 网站,以及 GitHub 在该网站上或通过该网站提供的所有内容、服务和产品。 它还指代 GitHub 拥有的 github.com 子域,例如 education.github.compages.github.com。 这些条款还适用于 GitHub 的会议网站(例如 githubuniverse.com)和产品网站(例如 atom.io)。 有时,GitHub 拥有的网站可能会提供不同或附加的服务条款。 如果这些附加条款与本协议有冲突,则以适用于相关页面或服务的更具体条款为准。

B. 帐户条款

概述:*用户帐户和组织具有不同的管理控制权;每个用户必须创建自己的帐户;必须年满 13 岁;必须提供有效的电子邮件地址;并且不能拥有一个以上的免费帐户。 您自行负责自己的帐户以及登录或使用帐户时发生的任何事情。 您有责任确保自己的帐户安全。*

1. 帐户控制

  • 用户. 在符合这些条款的情况下,您对自己的用户帐户及其中的内容具有最终管理控制权。

  • 组织. 根据这些条款创建的组织之所有者,对该组织及其中的内容具有最终管理控制权。 在服务中,所有者可以管理用户对组织数据和项目的访问。 一个组织可以有多个所有者,但必须至少指定一个用户帐户为组织的所有者。 如果您是这些条款下的组织之所有者,我们认为您应该对在该组织上或通过该组织执行的操作负责。

2. 必需信息

您必须提供有效的电子邮件地址才能完成注册过程。 要求的任何其他信息(例如您的真实姓名)都是可选的,除非您代表法律实体接受这些条款(在这种情况下,我们需要有关该法律实体的更多信息),或者您选择付费帐户(在这种情况下,出于计费目的需要您提供其他信息)。

3. 帐户要求

对于 GitHub 服务上的用户帐户,我们有一些简单的规则。

  • 只允许人类创建帐户。 不允许通过“自动程序”或其他自动方法注册帐户。 我们允许机器帐户:
  • 机器帐户是由代表该帐户接受条款、提供有效电子邮件地址并对其操作负责的个人所建立的帐户。 机器帐户专用于执行自动化任务。 多个用户可以指示一个机器帐户的操作,但该帐户的所有者对机器的操作承担最终责任。 除了免费用户帐户之外,您最多可以拥有一个免费机器帐户。
  • 一个人或一个法律实体最多可以拥有一个免费帐户(如果您选择还控制一个机器帐户,没问题,但是它只能用于运行机器)。
  • 用户必须年满 13 岁。 虽然我们很高兴看到优秀的年轻编码者热衷于学习编程,但我们必须遵守美国法律。 GitHub 并未针对 13 岁以下的儿童定制服务,因此我们不允许任何 13 岁以下的用户使用我们的服务。 如果我们发现任何用户未满 13 岁,我们将立即终止该用户的帐户。 如果您是美国以外的国家/地区的居民,您所在国家/地区规定的最低年龄可能会更大;在这种情况下,您有责任遵守您所在国家/地区的法律。
  • 您的登录名只能由一个人使用,即不允许多人共享一个登录名。 付费组织只能在订阅允许的范围内向多个用户帐户提供访问权限。
  • 不得违反美国或任何其他适用司法管辖区的出口管制或制裁法律使用 GitHub。 如果您是特别指定国民 (SDN)或被美国政府机构实施的类似封锁或被拒方禁令所限制的个人,或者代表他们工作,则您不得使用 GitHub。 GitHub 可能会根据美国政府的授权,允许某些受制裁国家或地区的人访问某些 GitHub 服务。 更多信息请参阅我们的出口管制政策

4. User Account Security

You are responsible for keeping your Account secure while you use our Service. We offer tools such as two-factor authentication to help you maintain your Account's security, but the content of your Account and its security are up to you.

  • You are responsible for all content posted and activity that occurs under your Account (even when content is posted by others who have Accounts under your Account).
  • You are responsible for maintaining the security of your Account and password. GitHub cannot and will not be liable for any loss or damage from your failure to comply with this security obligation.
  • You will promptly notify GitHub if you become aware of any unauthorized use of, or access to, our Service through your Account, including any unauthorized use of your password or Account.

5. Additional Terms

In some situations, third parties' terms may apply to your use of GitHub. For example, you may be a member of an organization on GitHub with its own terms or license agreements; you may download an application that integrates with GitHub; or you may use GitHub to authenticate to another service. Please be aware that while these Terms are our full agreement with you, other parties' terms govern their relationships with you.

If you are a government User or otherwise accessing or using any GitHub Service in a government capacity, this Government Amendment to GitHub Terms of Service applies to you, and you agree to its provisions.

If you have signed up for GitHub Enterprise Cloud, the Enterprise Cloud Addendum applies to you, and you agree to its provisions.

C. Acceptable Use

Short version: GitHub hosts a wide variety of collaborative projects from all over the world, and that collaboration only works when our users are able to work together in good faith. While using the service, you must follow the terms of this section, which include some restrictions on content you can post, conduct on the service, and other limitations. 简言之,要互惠互利。

Your use of the Website and Service must not violate any applicable laws, including copyright or trademark laws, export control or sanctions laws, or other laws in your jurisdiction. You are responsible for making sure that your use of the Service is in compliance with laws and any applicable regulations.

You agree that you will not under any circumstances violate our Acceptable Use Policies or Community Guidelines.

D. User-Generated Content

Short version: You own content you create, but you allow us certain rights to it, so that we can display and share the content you post. You still have control over your content, and responsibility for it, and the rights you grant us are limited to those we need to provide the service. We have the right to remove content or close Accounts if we need to.

1. Responsibility for User-Generated Content

You may create or upload User-Generated Content while using the Service. You are solely responsible for the content of, and for any harm resulting from, any User-Generated Content that you post, upload, link to or otherwise make available via the Service, regardless of the form of that Content. We are not responsible for any public display or misuse of your User-Generated Content.

2. GitHub May Remove Content

We do not pre-screen User-Generated Content, but we have the right (though not the obligation) to refuse or remove any User-Generated Content that, in our sole discretion, violates any GitHub terms or policies.

3. Ownership of Content, Right to Post, and License Grants

You retain ownership of and responsibility for Your Content. If you're posting anything you did not create yourself or do not own the rights to, you agree that you are responsible for any Content you post; that you will only submit Content that you have the right to post; and that you will fully comply with any third party licenses relating to Content you post.

Because you retain ownership of and responsibility for Your Content, we need you to grant us — and other GitHub Users — certain legal permissions, listed in Sections D.4 — D.7. These license grants apply to Your Content. If you upload Content that already comes with a license granting GitHub the permissions we need to run our Service, no additional license is required. You understand that you will not receive any payment for any of the rights granted in Sections D.4 — D.7. The licenses you grant to us will end when you remove Your Content from our servers, unless other Users have forked it.

4. 向我们授予许可

We need the legal right to do things like host Your Content, publish it, and share it. You grant us and our legal successors the right to store, parse, and display Your Content, and make incidental copies as necessary to render the Website and provide the Service. This includes the right to do things like copy it to our database and make backups; show it to you and other users; parse it into a search index or otherwise analyze it on our servers; share it with other users; and perform it, in case Your Content is something like music or video.

This license does not grant GitHub the right to sell Your Content or otherwise distribute or use it outside of our provision of the Service.

5. License Grant to Other Users

Any User-Generated Content you post publicly, including issues, comments, and contributions to other Users' repositories, may be viewed by others. By setting your repositories to be viewed publicly, you agree to allow others to view and "fork" your repositories (this means that others may make their own copies of Content from your repositories in repositories they control).

If you set your pages and repositories to be viewed publicly, you grant each User of GitHub a nonexclusive, worldwide license to use, display, and perform Your Content through the GitHub Service and to reproduce Your Content solely on GitHub as permitted through GitHub's functionality (for example, through forking). You may grant further rights if you adopt a license. If you are uploading Content you did not create or own, you are responsible for ensuring that the Content you upload is licensed under terms that grant these permissions to other GitHub Users.

6. Contributions Under Repository License

Whenever you make a contribution to a repository containing notice of a license, you license your contribution under the same terms, and you agree that you have the right to license your contribution under those terms. If you have a separate agreement to license your contributions under different terms, such as a contributor license agreement, that agreement will supersede.

Isn't this just how it works already? Yep. This is widely accepted as the norm in the open-source community; it's commonly referred to by the shorthand "inbound=outbound". We're just making it explicit.

7. Moral Rights

You retain all moral rights to Your Content that you upload, publish, or submit to any part of the Service, including the rights of integrity and attribution. However, you waive these rights and agree not to assert them against us, to enable us to reasonably exercise the rights granted in Section D.4, but not otherwise.

To the extent this agreement is not enforceable by applicable law, you grant GitHub the rights we need to use Your Content without attribution and to make reasonable adaptations of Your Content as necessary to render the Website and provide the Service.

E. Private Repositories

Short version: You may have access to private repositories. We treat the content of private repositories as confidential, and we only access it for support reasons, with your consent, or if required to for security reasons.

1. Control of Private Repositories

Some Accounts may have private repositories, which allow the User to control access to Content.

2. Confidentiality of Private Repositories

GitHub considers the contents of private repositories to be confidential to you. GitHub will protect the contents of private repositories from unauthorized use, access, or disclosure in the same manner that we would use to protect our own confidential information of a similar nature and in no event with less than a reasonable degree of care.

3. 访问

GitHub employees may only access the content of your private repositories in the following situations:

  • With your consent and knowledge, for support reasons. If GitHub accesses a private repository for support reasons, we will only do so with the owner’s consent and knowledge.
  • When access is required for security reasons, including when access is required to maintain ongoing confidentiality, integrity, availability and resilience of GitHub's systems and Service.

You may choose to enable additional access to your private repositories. 例如:

  • You may enable various GitHub services or features that require additional rights to Your Content in private repositories. These rights may vary depending on the service or feature, but GitHub will continue to treat your private repository Content as confidential. If those services or features require rights in addition to those we need to provide the GitHub Service, we will provide an explanation of those rights.

4. Exclusions

If we have reason to believe the contents of a private repository are in violation of the law or of these Terms, we have the right to access, review, and remove them. Additionally, we may be compelled by law to disclose the contents of your private repositories.

If you believe that content on our website violates your copyright, please contact us in accordance with our Digital Millennium Copyright Act Policy. If you are a copyright owner and you believe that content on GitHub violates your rights, please contact us via our convenient DMCA form or by emailing copyright@github.com. There may be legal consequences for sending a false or frivolous takedown notice. Before sending a takedown request, you must consider legal uses such as fair use and licensed uses.

We will terminate the Accounts of repeat infringers of this policy.

G. Intellectual Property Notice

Short version: We own the service and all of our content. In order for you to use our content, we give you certain rights to it, but you may only use our content in the way we have allowed.

1. GitHub's Rights to Content

GitHub and our licensors, vendors, agents, and/or our content providers retain ownership of all intellectual property rights of any kind related to the Website and Service. We reserve all rights that are not expressly granted to you under this Agreement or by law. The look and feel of the Website and Service is copyright © GitHub, Inc. 保留所有权利。 You may not duplicate, copy, or reuse any portion of the HTML/CSS, Javascript, or visual design elements or concepts without express written permission from GitHub.

2. GitHub Trademarks and Logos

If you’d like to use GitHub’s trademarks, you must follow all of our trademark guidelines, including those on our logos page: https://github.com/logos.

3. License to GitHub Policies

This Agreement is licensed under this Creative Commons Zero license. 更多信息请参阅我们的站点政策仓库

H. API Terms

Short version: You agree to these Terms of Service, plus this Section H, when using any of GitHub's APIs (Application Provider Interface), including use of the API through a third party product that accesses GitHub.

Abuse or excessively frequent requests to GitHub via the API may result in the temporary or permanent suspension of your Account's access to the API. GitHub, in our sole discretion, will determine abuse or excessive usage of the API. We will make a reasonable attempt to warn you via email prior to suspension.

You may not share API tokens to exceed GitHub's rate limitations.

You may not use the API to download data or Content from GitHub for spamming purposes, including for the purposes of selling GitHub users' personal information, such as to recruiters, headhunters, and job boards.

All use of the GitHub API is subject to these Terms of Service and the GitHub Privacy Statement.

GitHub may offer subscription-based access to our API for those Users who require high-throughput access or access that would result in resale of GitHub's Service.

I. GitHub 附加产品条款

Short version: You need to follow certain specific terms and conditions for GitHub's various features and products, and you agree to the Supplemental Terms and Conditions when you agree to this Agreement.

Some Service features may be subject to additional terms specific to that feature or product as set forth in the GitHub Additional Product Terms. By accessing or using the Services, you also agree to the GitHub Additional Product Terms.

J. Beta Previews

Short version: Beta Previews may not be supported or may change at any time, you may receive confidential information through those programs that must remain confidential while the program is private, and we'd love your feedback to make our Beta Previews better.

1. Subject to Change

测试版预览不受支持,可能随时更改而不另行通知。 In addition, Beta Previews are not subject to the same security measures and auditing to which the Service has been and is subject. By using a Beta Preview, you use it at your own risk.

2. 保密

As a user of Beta Previews, you may get access to special information that isn’t available to the rest of the world. 鉴于此类信息的敏感性,确保您对此类信息保密对我们而言非常重要。

Confidentiality Obligations. You agree that any non-public Beta Preview information we give you, such as information about a private Beta Preview, will be considered GitHub’s confidential information (collectively, “Confidential Information”), regardless of whether it is marked or identified as such. You agree to only use such Confidential Information for the express purpose of testing and evaluating the Beta Preview (the “Purpose”), and not for any other purpose. You should use the same degree of care as you would with your own confidential information, but no less than reasonable precautions to prevent any unauthorized use, disclosure, publication, or dissemination of our Confidential Information. You promise not to disclose, publish, or disseminate any Confidential Information to any third party, unless we don’t otherwise prohibit or restrict such disclosure (for example, you might be part of a GitHub-organized group discussion about a private Beta Preview feature).

Exceptions. Confidential Information will not include information that is: (a) or becomes publicly available without breach of this Agreement through no act or inaction on your part (such as when a private Beta Preview becomes a public Beta Preview); (b) known to you before we disclose it to you; (c) independently developed by you without breach of any confidentiality obligation to us or any third party; or (d) disclosed with permission from GitHub. You will not violate the terms of this Agreement if you are required to disclose Confidential Information pursuant to operation of law, provided GitHub has been given reasonable advance written notice to object, unless prohibited by law.

3. 反馈

We’re always trying to improve of products and services, and your feedback as a Beta Preview user will help us do that. 如果您选择提供关于我们产品或服务的任何想法、知识、算法、代码贡献、意见、增强要求、建议或任何其他反馈(统称为“反馈”),则表示您确认并同意,GitHub 将对反馈拥有免版税、全部付清、全球范围、可转让、可再许可、不可撤销且永久性的许可,有权实施、使用、修改及商业利用反馈和 /或将反馈纳入我们的产品、服务和文档中。

K. 付款

Short version: You are responsible for any fees associated with your use of GitHub. We are responsible for communicating those fees to you clearly and accurately, and letting you know well in advance if those prices change.

1. 定价

Our pricing and payment terms are available at github.com/pricing. If you agree to a subscription price, that will remain your price for the duration of the payment term; however, prices are subject to change at the end of a payment term.

2. Upgrades, Downgrades, and Changes

  • We will immediately bill you when you upgrade from the free plan to any paying plan.
  • If you change from a monthly billing plan to a yearly billing plan, GitHub will bill you for a full year at the next monthly billing date.
  • If you upgrade to a higher level of service, we will bill you for the upgraded plan immediately.
  • You may change your level of service at any time by choosing a plan option or going into your Billing settings. If you choose to downgrade your Account, you may lose access to Content, features, or capacity of your Account. Please see our section on Cancellation for information on getting a copy of that Content.

3. Billing Schedule; No Refunds

Payment Based on Plan For monthly or yearly payment plans, the Service is billed in advance on a monthly or yearly basis respectively and is non-refundable. There will be no refunds or credits for partial months of service, downgrade refunds, or refunds for months unused with an open Account; however, the service will remain active for the length of the paid billing period. In order to treat everyone equally, no exceptions will be made.

Payment Based on Usage Some Service features are billed based on your usage. A limited quantity of these Service features may be included in your plan for a limited term without additional charge. If you choose to purchase paid Service features beyond the quantity included in your plan, you pay for those Service features based on your actual usage in the preceding month. Monthly payment for these purchases will be charged on a periodic basis in arrears. See GitHub Additional Product Terms for Details.

Invoicing For invoiced Users, User agrees to pay the fees in full, up front without deduction or setoff of any kind, in U.S. Dollars. User must pay the fees within thirty (30) days of the GitHub invoice date. Amounts payable under this Agreement are non-refundable, except as otherwise provided in this Agreement. If User fails to pay any fees on time, GitHub reserves the right, in addition to taking any other action at law or equity, to (i) charge interest on past due amounts at 1.0% per month or the highest interest rate allowed by law, whichever is less, and to charge all expenses of recovery, and (ii) terminate the applicable order form. User is solely responsible for all taxes, fees, duties and governmental assessments (except for taxes based on GitHub's net income) that are imposed or become due in connection with this Agreement.

4. Authorization

By agreeing to these Terms, you are giving us permission to charge your on-file credit card, PayPal account, or other approved methods of payment for fees that you authorize for GitHub.

5. Responsibility for Payment

You are responsible for all fees, including taxes, associated with your use of the Service. By using the Service, you agree to pay GitHub any charge incurred in connection with your use of the Service. If you dispute the matter, contact GitHub Support. You are responsible for providing us with a valid means of payment for paid Accounts. Free Accounts are not required to provide payment information.

L. Cancellation and Termination

Short version: You may close your Account at any time. If you do, we'll treat your information responsibly.

1. Account Cancellation

It is your responsibility to properly cancel your Account with GitHub. You can cancel your Account at any time by going into your Settings in the global navigation bar at the top of the screen. The Account screen provides a simple, no questions asked cancellation link. We are not able to cancel Accounts in response to an email or phone request.

2. Upon Cancellation

We will retain and use your information as necessary to comply with our legal obligations, resolve disputes, and enforce our agreements, but barring legal requirements, we will delete your full profile and the Content of your repositories within 90 days of cancellation or termination (though some information may remain in encrypted backups). This information can not be recovered once your Account is cancelled.

We will not delete Content that you have contributed to other Users' repositories or that other Users have forked.

Upon request, we will make a reasonable effort to provide an Account owner with a copy of your lawful, non-infringing Account contents after Account cancellation, termination, or downgrade. You must make this request within 90 days of cancellation, termination, or downgrade.

3. GitHub May Terminate

GitHub has the right to suspend or terminate your access to all or any part of the Website at any time, with or without cause, with or without notice, effective immediately. GitHub reserves the right to refuse service to anyone for any reason at any time.

4. Survival

All provisions of this Agreement which, by their nature, should survive termination will survive termination — including, without limitation: ownership provisions, warranty disclaimers, indemnity, and limitations of liability.

M. Communications with GitHub

Short version: We use email and other electronic means to stay in touch with our users.

1. Electronic Communication Required

For contractual purposes, you (1) consent to receive communications from us in an electronic form via the email address you have submitted or via the Service; and (2) agree that all Terms of Service, agreements, notices, disclosures, and other communications that we provide to you electronically satisfy any legal requirement that those communications would satisfy if they were on paper. This section does not affect your non-waivable rights.

Communications made through email or GitHub Support's messaging system will not constitute legal notice to GitHub or any of its officers, employees, agents or representatives in any situation where notice to GitHub is required by contract or any law or regulation. Legal notice to GitHub must be in writing and served on GitHub's legal agent.

3. No Phone Support

GitHub only offers support via email, in-Service communications, and electronic messages. We do not offer telephone support.

N. 免责声明

Short version: We provide our service as is, and we make no promises or guarantees about this service. Please read this section carefully; you should understand what to expect.

GitHub provides the Website and the Service “as is” and “as available,” without warranty of any kind. Without limiting this, we expressly disclaim all warranties, whether express, implied or statutory, regarding the Website and the Service including without limitation any warranty of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, title, security, accuracy and non-infringement.

GitHub does not warrant that the Service will meet your requirements; that the Service will be uninterrupted, timely, secure, or error-free; that the information provided through the Service is accurate, reliable or correct; that any defects or errors will be corrected; that the Service will be available at any particular time or location; or that the Service is free of viruses or other harmful components. You assume full responsibility and risk of loss resulting from your downloading and/or use of files, information, content or other material obtained from the Service.

O. 责任限制

Short version: We will not be liable for damages or losses arising from your use or inability to use the service or otherwise arising under this agreement. Please read this section carefully; it limits our obligations to you.

You understand and agree that we will not be liable to you or any third party for any loss of profits, use, goodwill, or data, or for any incidental, indirect, special, consequential or exemplary damages, however arising, that result from

  • the use, disclosure, or display of your User-Generated Content;
  • your use or inability to use the Service;
  • any modification, price change, suspension or discontinuance of the Service;
  • the Service generally or the software or systems that make the Service available;
  • unauthorized access to or alterations of your transmissions or data;
  • statements or conduct of any third party on the Service;
  • any other user interactions that you input or receive through your use of the Service; or
  • any other matter relating to the Service.

无论我们是否被告知此类损害的可能性,即使本协议规定的补救措施未能达到其基本目的,我们的责任都是有限的。 对于因超出我们合理控制范围的事项而导致的任何故障或延误,我们概不负责。

P. Release and Indemnification

Short version: You are responsible for your use of the service. If you harm someone else or get into a dispute with someone else, we will not be involved.

If you have a dispute with one or more Users, you agree to release GitHub from any and all claims, demands and damages (actual and consequential) of every kind and nature, known and unknown, arising out of or in any way connected with such disputes.

You agree to indemnify us, defend us, and hold us harmless from and against any and all claims, liabilities, and expenses, including attorneys’ fees, arising out of your use of the Website and the Service, including but not limited to your violation of this Agreement, provided that GitHub (1) promptly gives you written notice of the claim, demand, suit or proceeding; (2) gives you sole control of the defense and settlement of the claim, demand, suit or proceeding (provided that you may not settle any claim, demand, suit or proceeding unless the settlement unconditionally releases GitHub of all liability); and (3) provides to you all reasonable assistance, at your expense.

Q. Changes to These Terms

Short version: We want our users to be informed of important changes to our terms, but some changes aren't that important — we don't want to bother you every time we fix a typo. So while we may modify this agreement at any time, we will notify users of any changes that affect your rights and give you time to adjust to them.

We reserve the right, at our sole discretion, to amend these Terms of Service at any time and will update these Terms of Service in the event of any such amendments. We will notify our Users of material changes to this Agreement, such as price changes, at least 30 days prior to the change taking effect by posting a notice on our Website. For non-material modifications, your continued use of the Website constitutes agreement to our revisions of these Terms of Service. 在我们的站点政策仓库中可查看这些条款的所有变更。

We reserve the right at any time and from time to time to modify or discontinue, temporarily or permanently, the Website (or any part of it) with or without notice.

R. 其他

1. 管辖法律

除非适用法律另有规定,否则,您与 GitHub 之间的本协议以及对网站或服务的任何访问或使用,均受美国联邦法律和加利福尼亚州法律的管辖,不考虑冲突法原则。 您和 GitHub 均同意,位于加利福尼亚州旧金山县的法院具有专属管辖权和审判权。

2. 不可转让

GitHub may assign or delegate these Terms of Service and/or the GitHub Privacy Statement, in whole or in part, to any person or entity at any time with or without your consent, including the license grant in Section D.4. You may not assign or delegate any rights or obligations under the Terms of Service or Privacy Statement without our prior written consent, and any unauthorized assignment and delegation by you is void.

3. Section Headings and Summaries

Throughout this Agreement, each section includes titles and brief summaries of the following terms and conditions. These section titles and brief summaries are not legally binding.

4. 可分割性、非弃权和继续有效

如果本协议的任何部分被认为无效或不可执行,则该部分将被解释为反映缔约方的初衷。 其余部分仍具有完全效力。 GitHub 方面未执行本协议的任何规定,并不构成我们放弃执行该规定的权利。 我们在本协议下的权利在本协议终止后仍然有效。

5. 修订;完整协议

This Agreement may only be modified by a written amendment signed by an authorized representative of GitHub, or by the posting by GitHub of a revised version in accordance with Section Q. Changes to These Terms. These Terms of Service, together with the GitHub Privacy Statement, represent the complete and exclusive statement of the agreement between you and us. 本协议取代任何口头或书面的提议或事先协议,以及您与 GitHub 之间关于这些条款所述主题的任何其他通信,包括任何保密或非披露协议。

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