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The Googleplex keeps getting more interesting.
(Read more: Life at the Googleplex just got a lot more complex)
The most recent sex scandal involved Sergey Brin, Google's married co-founder, and a younger Google employee, who had previously dated another company executive. But this kind of thing at Google isn't uncommon, according to BI's report.
Google has a "permissive" way of handling relationships between employees, according to the report.
But even though Google employees can't seem to keep their hands off each other, they don't use their physical relationships to gain power within the company. No, to do that they get nasty in a back-stabbing, double-crossing, Judas Iscariot kind of way, according to the report.
Or as one source told Business Insider, employees gain power through "geo-political warfare."
Google didn't respond immediately to an email request by CNBC.com for comment.
Read the full report on Business Insider's website to get more details on just how similar Google is to the "The King of Thrones."
—By CNBC's Cadie Thompson. Follow her on Twitter .