FOR SURVEY PARTICIPANTS
SelfSurveys.com is a service of Universal Responses Corporation ("URC"), a Delaware Corporation. URC is committed to protecting
your personally identifiable information. Please read the following to learn
for general visitors and Survey Participants (defined below) on the sites of
URC located on the World Wide Web at SelfSurveys.com and
SelfSurveys.net (collectively, the “Sites”).
From Whom Does URC Collect
Personally Identifiable Information?
URC has two types of users: (1)
[“Clients”] who build and deploy surveys using the URC online
survey tools, and (2) “Survey Participants” who respond to and answer surveys
that have been built by Clients using the URC's online survey tools, which
surveys are deployed by Clients directly to Survey Participants (usually via an
email containing a hyperlink), and finally analyzed by URC’s automated,
general visitors and Survey Participants. If you would like to view URCs’
individual Client for whom you are completing a survey, as further explained
What Information Does URC
In the case of
general web users who visit the Sites but do not respond to a survey, URC does not collect any personally identifiable information. In the
case of Survey Participants who visit the URC Sites and respond to
surveys that are developed by Clients using the URC online survey tools
and deployed to Survey Participants directly by Clients, URC’s automated,
encrypted database receives the survey responses supplied by the Survey
Participants. The information contained in the survey responses and stored in
the database may include URC Participants’ personally identifiable
collects and records information on our server logs from Survey Participants’
browsers including Survey Participants’ IP addresses, cookie information
(further described below) and the page you requested. Generally, this
information is not personally identifiable to the Survey Participant.
What Are Cookies?
A cookie is a small amount
of data, which often includes an anonymous unique identifier, that is sent to
your browser from a Web site's computers and stored on your computer's hard
drive. Each web site can send its own cookie to your browser if your browser's
preferences allow it, but (to protect your privacy) your browser only permits a
web site to access the cookies it has already sent to you, not the cookies sent
provide a better service. You can configure your browser to accept all cookies,
reject all cookies, or notify you when a cookie is set. However, cookies must be
enabled on your browser in order for URC to provide the best experience
possible and the advanced functionality of the URC service.
What does URC Do With the
database automatically compiles and analyzes the data received from the Survey
Participants who have responded to the survey and provides the applicable Client
with both the survey responses and an analysis of the survey responses.
In this process, URC employees do not access the survey responses or
analysis of the survey. However, the Client who has deployed the survey will
receive and access the responses applicable to its survey and the analysis of
its survey responses, including any personally identifiable information about
Survey Participants contained therein, as further described below.
To Whom Will URC Give Survey
Participants’ Personally Identifiable Information?
in the way we use your personally identifiable information, we will notify you
by posting a prominent announcement on our Sites for at least thirty (30) days.
Please check this privacy statement and our Sites on a regular basis for these
Questions or Suggestions?
If you have any questions