This statement describes how and when Wikimedia collects, uses, and shares the information we receive from survey participants.
Purpose of Survey
We appreciate your feedback! This short survey will help us understand how users use Flow and evaluate how we can improve it.
What Information We Collect
This survey collects the responses you provide to the questions asked.
Information Sharing and Disclosure
Aggregate data about the results of this survey may be shared publicly. The raw information collected will only be shared with the Wikimedia staff, contractors, service providers, and volunteers who need to process this information and are subject to nondisclosure obligations, with the exception of the circumstances described below.
At the completion of the survey, you will find a link to our publicly visible mailing list, where you can provide your username in case you would like to be contacted about updates to Flow. If you choose to sign up, your username will be used only to contact you with information about Flow. Usernames submitted to receive these updates will be retained indefinitely, unless you choose to unsubscribe by removing your name from the list. You may do so at any time.
Wikimedia is a global organization committed to promoting free and open knowledge. By submitting your response, you agree to the transfer, storage, and use of the collected information to the United States and other places as may be necessary to carry out the purposes and objectives discussed above. Wikimedia understands the importance of user privacy. For this reason, we work to protect our users from the unauthorized disclosure, use, or destruction of information we maintain. The results of this survey may be retained indefinitely, both the raw responses and the aggregated data. See our data retention guidelines for more information.
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The Wikimedia Foundation
Please note that in the event of any differences in meaning or interpretation between the original English version of this Privacy Statement and a translation, the original English version takes precedence.