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Madine: It Is Time for Google to Change Its Infamously Difficult Interview Questions

Google’s interview process is notoriously difficult, stretching the brainpower of the brightest whiz kids from the top schools in the country to determine if they are good enough to join the best. But Google’s focus has shifted its focus markedly, from being the best tech company on Earth to being the Internet’s morality police force — and its interview process will have to change to keep up.

YouTube CEO Claims Discrimination Rampant In Tech Industry

The CEO of YouTube, Susan Wojcicki, responded in Fortune to the recent viewpoint diversity memo by James Damore. She claimed that she had faced massive discrimination for being a woman working in the technology industry, and that implicit biases still exist within it, despite exact claims to the contrary in Damore’s memo.

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Britain and France to Crack Down on Online Terrorist Content

Theresa May, the newly re-elected British Prime Minister spoke at a press conference on Tuesday ahead of a visit to meet with the French President Emmanuel Macron, revealing that the two countries would be working together to push a new legal liability on social media and technology companies to remove “unacceptable” content that is promoted on their platforms.

Facebook says a new London headquarters will take its British workforce to 1,500 staff, adding that Britain "remains one of the best places to be a tech company"

Reuters: Facebook Signs BuzzFeed, Vox, Others for Original Video Shows

(Reuters) — Facebook Inc (FB.O) has signed deals with millennial-focused news and entertainment creators Vox Media, BuzzFeed, ATTN, Group Nine Media and others to make shows for its upcoming video service, which will feature long and short-form content with ad breaks, according to several sources familiar with the situation.

Boston Globe: Donald Trump ‘YouTube’s Biggest New Star’

Donald Trump’s weekly presidential addresses have become YouTube hits. Unlike the addresses of past presidents — which attracted little attention — Trump’s videos have “become surprise online blockbusters — with record numbers of Internet viewers,” the Boston Globe’s Annie Linskey reports.

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