How your surveys and forms are private and secure?
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The BlockSurvey UI is downloaded from the webserver and is run on the client. There are no trackers, no cookies, and no fingerprints.
BlockSurvey uses Stacks Blockchain for Decentralized Identity/Account(DID). BlockSurvey uses Stacks API for identity, auth, and storage management. This is the core working system that enables true ownership of the identity and data for you.
Remember, you are in complete control of your identity and data all the time. This is your digital rights. You get a unique identity and private storage(GAIA). You have your keys for your identity and storage. You own it, and only you can access it.
As a data collector, you can create surveys and forms from scratch or use our templates to get started. It's easy to create one.
By default, all your surveys and forms are encrypted and stored privately in your storage.
Your surveys and forms are accessible by URL to the public only when they are published. People having access to your URL alone can see the questionnaire. Today, you can distribute them in many ways using BlockSurvey. Like Web URL, QR Code, Widgets. etc., you can also use your own domain to share for branding.
Surveys and forms have zero trackers, zero cookies, and zero fingerprints. These respondents or data providers can remain anonymous by default unless they choose to disclose their identity in the form voluntarily by filling it. Note: Never share personally identifiable information with unknown data collectors at any time. Take caution.
Data submitted by the respondents or data provider is encrypted using your public key and sent to BlockSurvey's temporary data store to collect when you return online.
All the data stored in BlockSurvey is encrypted using your keys. BlockSurvey has zero knowledge of your data and cannot understand any of it. Only your key can unlock it to see it.
As a data collector, you will collect your data from BlockSurvey and store it in your private storage(GAIA). Once done, using your private key, you'll be able to decrypt the data and see it in the form of results and analytics.