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Purpose of Survey
We appreciate your feedback! This survey will allow the WikiCite Organizing Committee to select participants based on interests and expected contribution to the event, to improve the diversity and inclusivity of the event, and receive scholarship requests.
What Information We Collect
This survey collects the responses you provide to the questions asked; there are two types of answers: defined responses, and free-form responses.
Information Sharing and Disclosure
The results of this survey will not be shared publicly.
Raw data will only be shared with the WikiCite Organizing Committee members who need to process this information and are subject to non-disclosure obligations, with the exception of the circumstances described below.
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Wikimedia understands the importance of user privacy. For this reason, we work to protect our users from the unauthorized disclosure or use of information we maintain. The results of this study will be deleted, anonymized, or aggregated within 180 days. See our data retention guidelines for more information.
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