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Google/YouTube Do Not Want You To Put Their Christmas Party on Google and/or YouTube, Making People Sign Nondisclosure Agreements for Entrance

It’s Holiday Party Season! And just like the rest of the world, massive tech companies have to have holiday parties as well. Except most holiday parties don’t make you sign an NDA—or non-disclosure agreement—just to get in the door. Like YouTube is apparently doing right now!

Peter Kafka from All Things D Tweeted out tonight:

NDAs required at YouTube NYC Xmas party at the YouTube Next Lab on 21st and 5th. Srsly.

And then Instagrammed the picture! Like so:

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Yeah, this will go so well. Between FourSquare, Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook, surely, nobody will disclose anything that happened at the Google/YouTube Christmas party for fear of litigation. Hey! DJ Steve Porter! Tell us all about it! One more time, for those who don’t know what a company holiday party is like:

People + Alcohol * Otherwise Latent Sense of Mischief Waiting To Explode/Oppressive Nondisclosure Agreement + Reporters = What Will, God Willing, Be A Social Media Shitshow In Less Than A Few Hours.

Oh, our search terms are queued up. They most certainly, definitely are.

UPDATE: Kafka singed his NDA as Fred Flintsone. Journalists! We hate your NDAs. Here’s to him getting everyone there drunk and saying very incriminating things about working for YouTube and/or Google.

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Comments

  1. Guest says:

    Signed is not spelled “singed.” Flintstone is not spelled “Flintsone.”