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  • Ghostery Code Open Sourced, Now On Github

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      Ghostery Goes Open Source [version 8.1]
      March 8, 2018 – By Teresa Lan

      Hey Ghostery fans,
      We are pleased to announce that Ghostery is officially open source software!

      As of today, March 8th, our code is available for anyone and everyone to view on our Github page. You can find an official press release on our site. We’d like to thank our development team for their work in bringing everything to fruition, and our dedicated users for supporting us and giving us the feedback that sparked this project.

      What Does it Mean?
      Being open source means that the code used to build Ghostery is freely and publicly available.

      Why Open Source?
      First and foremost, our goal is transparency.

      Read the full article here

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