Tuesday, October 03, 2017

Privacy & Legal Survey

Privacy & Legal:


  • Your Data
  • SurveyMonkey Policies
  • Legal Compliance
  • Protecting Your SurveyMonkey Account & Data
    Learn tips and best practices that you should follow—in SurveyMonkey, and anywhere on the web—to keep your account and data safe and secure.
  • Data Collection & Privacy Best Practices
    It's a good idea to disclose your privacy practices to your respondents. You can disclose your privacy practices on the introduction page of your survey. If you're conducting a survey for an organization with its own privacy policy, you can link directly to your organization's policy.
  • Are my survey responses anonymous and secure?
    It's up to each survey creator to decide to collect responses anonymously or to capture respondents’ personal information. URLs beginning with https:// are sent via SSL encryption. Read our Privacy Policy and Security Statement for more details.
  • Does SurveyMonkey keep my customers’ email addresses private?
    SurveyMonkey keeps your survey respondents' email addresses private.
  • Benchmark Data
    Benchmark data comes from SurveyMonkey customers who used Question Bank questions in their surveys. You can opt out or exclude your data from benchmarks.
  • Your SurveyMonkey Data
    Learn about account ownership, data privacy and security, and how long we retain your surveys and data.
  • SurveyMonkey Data Transfers and EU Laws
    For European customers, learn more about the EU-US Privacy Shield and where SurveyMonkey stores customer data.
  • Do I need to disclose my privacy practices to respondents?
    If you are a Japanese business and are collecting personal information in your survey (such as the names or contact details of survey respondents), the Japanese Act for the Protection of Personal Information may impose obligations on you in relation to your collection of this data.

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