rcjordan - 7:56 pm on Mar 24, 2001 (gmt 0) Example: >gives me the heebie-jeebies
>any data collection/internet direct marketing methods that would not be seen as invasive?
A regional tourism form where the online user is actually requesting information such as travel brochures, maps, accommodations, and things-to-do to be sent to them.
Me, too. Just to be clear, the data-collection form has two advisory FAQ's giving details about how the information is used, and -because no one reads those- the following message actually surrounds the "Submit" button.
Though whether the information is handled properly isn't really a concern in this particular instance. The data collection company already distributes this information to the sponsors in real time and have had 6 complaints out of 100,000 highly detailed records on file. (And those 6 complaints were withdrawn when shown the source documents they had ignored.)
By submitting the following electronic form, I acknowledge that I have read and understand the FAQs about these forms and I agree that myDomain.com may forward this information to public and/or private agencies, organizations, and businesses that serve any of the above communities.
>gives me the heebie-jeebies