My first guess would be that the company is mentioned as a way to notify
users that they will be sending data to an outside company if they click on
the link (but the text you quote is not that clear on the privacy aspect
2015-11-06 12:33 GMT+01:00 Itzik - Wikimedia Israel <itzik(a)wikimedia.org.il>
"We invite you to participate in a survey about
online harassment on
*Survey powered by Qualtrics"*
It's not the the first survey runs through the Qualtrics, but that's the
first time I see credit to them. We most of the time, even in GLAM and
others partnerships trying to avoid as much as we can mentions
organizations names, as it can be consider to be advertising.
But mention a company (that we even paid them), and linking to their
website? that's new and concern a bit. I'll be happy if someone related to
this decision can give more information about the idea behind it.
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