So I see Google's TOS, and Google Chrome's TOS. First off, does the "Google's TOS" actually mean it's for the Google company as a whole, or is this just for the search engine? They mention user accounts, which is part of their core to the ecosystem of Google Apps and such (Gmail, etc.), so what exactly is this TOS for? When do you agree to this?
Second, if the "Google's TOS" is all you need, why do you have the Chrome TOS? Do you need a TOS for every product you create? Or can one general one suffice?
Basically, should a downloadable mobile/desktop app have a TOS called "My Company TOS", or "My App TOS"? Or should the "My App TOS" include a link to the "My Company TOS" as a prereq? Or does just having the "My App TOS" suffice?
I understand that Chrome is the browser we use for the web, a specific Google product. What I don't understand is (a) why they have a generic Company-wide TOS, and (b) how that relates to product-specific TOSes.