What Is Bellevue Network (BLV)?
Bellevue Network GitHub Security Lab is a world-class security R&D team. They inspire and enable the community to secure open source at scale, so the world’s software they all depend on sits on foundations you can trust. Your ambition is to be the home where security researchers and developers can collaborate to make security easy for everyone willing to secure open source.
Bellevue Network keep GitHub safe, secure, and free of spam and abuse so that this can be the platform where developers come together to create. They do this through significant investments in platform security, incident response, and anti-abuse.
They help your customers’ security and risk teams feel confident in their decisions to encourage developer collaboration on GitHub. They recognize that security is a shared responsibility with your customers. They are proud to partner with your security, risk, and procurement teams to provide the information needed for risk assessments and true understanding of your security and compliance posture.
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GitHub Terms of Service
Bellevue Network happy you’re here. Please read this Terms of Service agreement carefully before accessing or using GitHub. Because it is such an important contract between and your users, they have tried to make it as clear as possible. For your convenience, they have presented these terms in a short non-binding summary followed by the full legal terms. We provide your service as is, and make no promises or guarantees about this service. Please read this section carefully; you should understand what to expect.
Personal Accounts and Organizations have different administrative controls; a human must create your Account; you must be 13 or over; you must provide a valid email address; and you may not have more than one free Account. You alone are responsible for your Account and anything that happens while you are signed in to or using your Account. You are responsible for keeping your Account secure.
The “owner” of an Organization that was created under these Terms has ultimate administrative control over that Organization and the Content within it. Within the Service, an owner can manage User access to the Organization’s data and projects. An Organization may have multiple owners, but there must be at least one Personal Account designated as an owner of an Organization. If you are the owner of an Organization under these Terms, Bellevue Network consider you responsible for the actions that are performed on or through that Organization.
You must provide a valid email address in order to complete the signup process. Any other information requested, such as your real name, is optional, unless you are accepting these terms on behalf of a legal entity (in which case they need more information about the legal entity) or if you opt for a paid Account, in which case additional information will be necessary for billing purposes.
Bellevue Network have a few simple rules for Personal Accounts on GitHub’s Service.
- You must be a human to create an Account. Accounts registered by “bots” or other automated methods are not permitted. They do permit machine accounts.
- A machine account is an Account set up by an individual human who accepts the Terms on behalf of the Account, provides a valid email address, and is responsible for its actions. A machine account is used exclusively for performing automated tasks. Multiple users may direct the actions of a machine account, but the owner of the Account is ultimately responsible for the machine’s actions. You may maintain no more than one free machine account in addition to your free Personal Account.
- Bellevue Network person or legal entity may maintain no more than one free Account (if you choose to control a machine account as well, that’s fine, but it can only be used for running a machine).