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Google News Byte: Google Says GPAs are Worthless

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Google's senior vice president of "people operations" revealed that grade point averages mean nothing in hiring and Google's going to stop its silly brain teaser tests too. Google's chief legal officer said "we're not in cahoots with the NSA" as the company stepped up its efforts to reassure customers that their gmail and Internet browsing history are safe from government prying." "There is no free-for-all, no direct access, no indirect access, no back door, no drop box." Google sharply challenged the federal government's gag order on its Internet surveillance program, citing what it described as a First Amendment right to divulge how many requests it receives from the government for data about its customers in the name of national security.

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