The MPAA is sending copyright infringement notices to Google employees and warning the company that it might get disconnected from the internet. What!?! I'll say one thing about the MPAA, they got more balls than brains, that's for sure.
A search on ChillingEffects – a site that collects some of the DMCA notices that are sent to Google – reveals that more than 100 of these automated warnings were sent to Google in the past several months. Since Google also offers Wi-Fi hotspots in some cities, most of the infringers are not actually sharing material directly from Google headquarters. However, in some cases these warnings do appear to be aimed at Google employees.