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Google Releases Inside Look At Their Data Centers

For the first time the public is getting a virtual glimpse of the secretive world of Google's Nerve Center.

The closely guarded facilities are a maze of computers that process Internet search requests, show YouTube video clips and distribute email for millions of people.

The unprecedented peek is being provided through a new website unveiled today.

For many years, the company refused to admit these even existed.

Even today, no visitor may enter without first signing a non-disclosure agreement.

Retina Scans determine who has access, something even many Google Executives don't have.

Every single person entering and leaving is tracked.

If you would like an inside look of Google's Data Centers, click on the link to the left of the story.