Sep 072010
 September 7, 2010  Online

Jay Cline writes:

Every time I send out a survey using my Zoomerang or SurveyMonkey accounts, there is always at least one wise guy among the respondents who dings me for risking their privacy with these tools. But do they have a point? Last week I decided to finally find out.

Let’s call it a privacy-impact assessment (PIA) for online-survey services.

Read whet he found when they compared them on Computerworld.

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