People have asked about the DPA – in particular in relation to neighbours and their email addresses.
In summary, the question goes something like:
* we’ve been given personally identifiable data
* we shouldn’t pass it on, or use it for reasons that were not made clear at the outset
The answer is that you are *not* passing the data on. Lime Survey is *not* a third party. The survey and its associated data are *yours*. This is a web server based in Rotherham that you use to hold your data.
When we extract the data from the database to combine survey results with the application data the first thing we leave behind the personally identifiable data.