|I've been preparing a B2B service in which my customers are under NDA with their own customers, but they would be submitting business content to me.|
That means they have an obligation to report to their customers that they're about to share content that would be covered under their Non-Disclosure Agreements.
No matter how reputable I am, they'd (rightly) rather not tell their customers, "hey by the way, we might submit your business info to this unrelated 3rd party".
How do document translation companies, for example, handle this sort of brick wall? They see a lot of text that would normally be covered under NDA, right?
I can sign an NDA with my customers, but they'd still be obligated to get the ok from their customers, and they don't want to have that conversation.
What business structure, legal structure or approach can you think of to solve the "I can't ask for your help because I'm under NDA" problem?