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Question for #dev community: I have a Github account with many cloned Cambridge Analytica / AggregateIQ / SCL / etc relevant repositories (none of which include the AIQ Git*L*ab repo data). The intent is to preserve GH repos which are/were published publicly by the originators.
That international-investigation-relevant account has been flagged by Github and been made "hidden" from public view. Their reason is that I have a 2nd Github account (tied to my employment [which I believe should remain separate]) and Github only allows one account per person.
Here's the question: Given the situation, am I stuck with Github's decision to hide the preservation account from public view? Does anyone have experience appealing this designation? Github is, most likely unknowingly, censoring a resource that could help many investigations.
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