Category talk:Survey privacy statements

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The Qualtrics survey statements don't state the most important thing, i.e. what data is actually recorded about users and whether the survey administrator/"user" can see such data. By default, Qualtrics:

  • makes every response personally identifiable, when personal links are used e.g. by sending emails from Qualtrics itself (i.e. from the response I can see what user/email address sent it, and from the email address I can see the response);
  • records and exposes the IP address and other personal identifying information from each response, whatever its source.

--Nemo 07:27, 23 November 2016 (UTC) P.s.: Feel free to move this comment to a relevant Meta-Wiki talk page; I do not know of one.[reply]