In a blog post, GitHubs chief operating officer Erica Brescia said the company had hired an outside investigator to look into the incident and that the investigation had “revealed significant errors of judgment and procedure.” Given the findings, Brescia stated that GitHub had immediately gotten in touch with the employee to offer him his job back. She affirmed that GitHubs head of human resources had taken personal accountability for the incident and had resigned from the company on...

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