John Palfrey just posted on Twitter this NYT's article "U.S. vs. Hackers: Still Lopsided Despite Years of Warnings and a Recent Push" here - https://twitter.com/
jpalfrey/status/ 622876955873050624 - that the US is behind in internet security (http://www.nytimes.com/2015/ 07/19/us/us-vs-hackers-still- lopsided-despite-years-of- warnings-and-a-recent-push. html) vis-a-vis hackers - and like most countries everywhere.
I think Google has the know-how and is scalable unlike any other computer organization in terms of making the internet secure in ways that are sensible for many many stakeholders, - and WUaS planning to be in all 7,929 languages will make World University with Google - if at all possible please - an important player in all of this. These rationales could be very compelling to decision makers in Washington, for example, and would effect many other aspects of World University's growth.
I hope World University and in ALL languages and thus on this vital security question - with Google.
MIT OpenCourseWare Press Conference - April 4, 2001
Edit, too, Hacking at WUaS ~