Dear Will (UC Berkeley Law School),
Google just emailed this today to worlduniversityandschool@
gmail.com, which account "manages" this sgkmacleod@ worlduniversityandschool.org (and so far only two other) email(s) as well as World University in Google Apps and Google Classroom+, which Google Education Apps WUaS got for free some months ago. WUaS is impressed with Google and would like to develop in Google as well as in CC Wikidata/Wikibase and in other ways. But WUaS would also like in particular to remain in control of WUaS's database of end users "You at World University" - http://worlduniversity.wikia. com/wiki/You_at_World_ University - still in its infancy (for Bookstore, Fundraising, Academic Press, Manpower/Language Power Jobs' site, etc. in all 7,941 languages and 259 countries), but also perhaps engage Google plus, for example.
I've copied the two additional agreements from today into a Word document - the 1) Data Processing Amendment and 2) EU Model Contract Clauses - that Google is suggesting WUaS "Click to Review and Accept" (https://admin.google.com/
AdminHome?pli=1&fral=1# CompanyProfile:flyout=profile and https://support.google.com/a/ answer/2888485?hl=en), and am attaching this.
Before clicking "Review and Accept" and in preparation for your UC Berkeley Law "New Business Practicum" seminar - and especially even with you as possible General Counsel at World University and School (if you might be interested) -I wonder if you might like to look at these documents, the significance of which I'm not entirely clear about - and from the perspective of all 200 countries - http://worlduniversity.wikia.
com/wiki/Nation_States - in which WUaS is planning to offer online CC university and high school degrees, as well as do business.
Also in a related vein, and in terms of WUaS's 9 planned revenue streams - http://
worlduniversityandschool. blogspot.com/2015/09/wuass- business-model-update- creative.html - I found Larry Lessig and Yochai Benkler's Creative Commons' Global Summit keynotes from yesterday evening from Seoul, both Korea helpful which video with minute markers you'll find here - http://scott-macleod.blogspot. com/2015/10/snowy-owl- creative-commons-global.html. In particular I found Yochai's "grid" at 1:09:30 in this video - https://www.youtube.com/ watch?v=0gymWQg6kN8 - a helpful conceptual framework for conceiving of how to divide WUaS's Creative Commons' core revenue streams (ie open, decentralized & non-market per "grid") ... from WUaS's planned commercial revenue streams (centralized & market oriented) as a start.
Would you be willing please to share your legal guidance about these documents in conjunction with unfolding IT and other development strategies for World University which initial steps I can further clarify if needed. Might it be best to meet and talk further about this with you in your office?
Larry Lessig's and Yochai Benkler's Creative Commons' Global Summit Korea keynotes are fascinating.