I am not an attorney, but my understanding is that anyone can modify code released under the GPL. If you do not release your server-side code and do not include it in the GPL, then you would not have to reveal it.
I would think that a clear disclaimer regarding the use of separate proprietary code that is not part of the GPL would cover the issue.
GNU General Public License v2.0 - GNU Project - Free Software Foundation (FSF)
Most of the GPL focuses on how 3rd parties are allowed to copy, distribute and modify the code that you do release.
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