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This document has been renamed to "Additional Product Terms" and completely rewritten.
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Clarification added concerning Google Australia Pty Ltd.
Google Apps renamed to G Suite.
A new section on Parental Consent has been added.
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	 You are signing up for or have previously entered into a Google Apps agreement ("GOOGLE APPS AGREEMENT") for Services (as defined under the terms of your Google Apps Agreement) between the entity that signs up for (or has agreed to) the Google Apps Agreement ("CUSTOMER") and Google Inc., Google Ireland Limited or Google Asia Pacific Pte. Ltd. (as may be applicable, "GOOGLE"). Google may make more Google applications (beyond the Services) available from time to time through the control panel for the customer domain ("ADDITIONAL SERVICES"). By using such Additional Services, Customer agrees to the additional terms below ("ADDITIONAL TERMS"). If Customer does not wish to enable any of the Additional Services or you do not have the requisite authority to bind the Customer to these Additional Terms, please disable such Additional Services in the control panel. Capitalized terms used below but not defined below have the meaning ascribed to them under the Google Apps Agreement.  

 	 NOT SUBJECT TO YOUR GOOGLE APPS AGREEMENT. The Additional Services are not governed by the Google Apps Agreement, but are governed only by the applicable service-specific Google terms of service. The Additional Services with their respective terms of service are located at the following URL: (or such other URL that Google may provide). 
 	 EXISTING CUSTOMERS. If You are an existing Customer who signed up before November 9, 2010, these Additional Services will be made available by clicking "I ACCEPT" on the confirmation page of the Google Apps transition wizard. 
 	 NEW CUSTOMERS. If You are a new Customer who has signed up on or after November 9, 2010, the Additional Services are provided on an "opt-out" basis. The default setting for the Additional Services is on. 
 	 USE CONSTITUTES ACCEPTANCE. Use of any Additional Service by any End User constitutes Customer's acceptance of the Google terms of service for such Additional Service. 
 	 ENABLING OR DISABLING ADDITIONAL SERVICES. At any point in time, Customer can always enable or disable any of the Additional Services in the control panel. 
 	 FUTURE SERVICES. Google may offer other Additional Services that are not currently set forth at the URL in Section 1 and for which Google does not yet have terms of service. When these future Additional Services become available, they will be offered to Customer under these Additional Terms. 
 	 AVAILABILITY. Not all Additional Services may be available in all countries. 
 	 TECHNICAL SUPPORT. Google will not provide the TSS for the Additional Services. Customer is responsible for responding to any questions and complaints by End Users relating to Customer's or its End Users' use of the Additional Services. Google provides technical support services for the Additional Services solely through the applicable product-specific Help Center, which is accessible at (or such URL that Google may provide). 
 	 THIRD PARTY REQUESTS. Customer is responsible for responding to Third Party Requests that apply to the Additional Services, unless otherwise stated in the applicable terms for each Additional Service. Google does not assist Customer with responding to such Third Party Requests. 
 	 COMPLIANCE WITH LAWS. Customer is responsible for ensuring its End Users comply with the applicable Google terms of service for each Additional Service. Where applicable, Customer agrees that it is solely responsible for compliance with all laws and regulations that apply to Customer's provision of these Additional Service to Customer's End Users, such as the U.S. Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (FERPA), Children's Internet Protection Act (CIPA), and the Children's Online Privacy Protection Act of 1998 (COPPA), including but not limited to, obtaining parental consent concerning collection or dissemination of personal information (including that of students) used in connection with the provisioning and use of the Additional Services by the Customer and End Users. 
 	 PRIVACY. Customer may have the ability to access, monitor, use or disclose data provided by End Users for these Additional Services or disable an End User's Account for these Additional Services. Customer will notify End Users of Customer's ability to take these actions. 
 	 GOOGLE CHECKOUT. A Google Checkout account opened by an End User is the End User's personal account and is subject to extensive regulatory requirements and prohibitions. While Customer may suspend an End User's access to his or her Checkout account, Customer may not use an End User's Checkout account or make any changes to the information in such Checkout account. Customer may access information in an End User's Checkout account only in accordance with Checkout privacy policies and Customer's privacy policy. 
 	 REFUND FOR PAID SERVICES. If Customer disables an Additional Service for which Customer or End User has provided payment, Google will not be obligated to refund Customer or any End User for unused paid services. Customer will indemnify, defend, and hold harmless Google from and against all liabilities, damages, losses and expenses, and costs (including settlement costs and reasonable attorneys' fees) arising out of an End User's claim concerning refunds for such paid services. 
 	 GOOGLE IS DATA PROCESSOR. Where applicable, the parties agree that Google is a data processor and Customer is a data controller with respect to the End User personal data contained in the Additional Services for Customer's domain. 
 	 DATA LOCATION. As part of providing the Additional Services, Google may store and process the data provided through such Additional Services in the United States or any other country in which Google or its agents maintain facilities. 
 	 SEVERABILITY. If any provision of these Additional Terms is found unenforceable, the balance of the Additional Terms will remain in full force and effect. 
 	 MODIFICATIONS. Google may modify these Additional Terms from time to time.

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