The Survey Initiative does not collect any information from you when you access this website, unless you provide us with information and consent by which we can contact you. We do, of course, collect and store information provided by you if you participate in surveys we conduct on behalf of our clients.
Use of your information
We will use the information provided by participants in the surveys we conduct to provide the client with reports and analyses on the results of the survey. It is our strict policy to protect the anonymity and confidentiality of all survey respondents unless otherwise expressly agreed between The Survey Initiative, its clients and survey participants.
Except in providing a technical support service, The Survey Initiative will not communicate directly with survey participants without the agreement of its client.
Disclosures of your information
The Survey Initiative will not pass survey data to anyone else, except to any successors in title to our business. We may use and disclose, for the provision of benchmarking information and marketing purposes, aggregate data only so that no individual clients or survey participants are identified.
“Cookies” are snippets of information sent by a web server to a web browser, which enables the server to collect information from the browser and make the use of the site as easy as possible.
Data Protection Act
Survey participants should note that under the terms of the Data Protection Act, data collected and held by The Survey Initiative on behalf of its clients is owned by the client (The Data Controller).
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