Donald Trump wants you to know that he totally understands your online struggle.
In addition to asking for respondents' names, emails, phone numbers, zip codes, social media usernames, citizenship status, and whether or not they are over 18, the online form asks said respondents to submit screenshots of any enforcement action a company like Facebook may have taken against them. You'd be wise to make your way over to the linked user agreement before hitting "submit."
"You grant the U.S. Government (including, but not limited to the Executive Office of the President) a license to any 'Content' (including but not limited to the photographs, information, text, or otherwise) you post or submit on this site," reads the agreement. "This permission grants the U.S. Government a license to use, edit, display, publish, broadcast, transmit, post, or otherwise distribute all or part of the Content (including edited, composite, or derivative works made therefrom)."
In other words, Trump can use anything you submit to the site in pretty much any capacity. And he can edit it any way he sees fit.
That your submission are in no way private is made even more explicit later on. "You should not post any information that you do not wish to become public," the agreement warns, "or any information regarding minor children."
But wait, there's more! Because this is the White House gathering this data, your responses will almost certainly become a matter of public record.
"You further understand that your submission may be subject to the Federal Records Act and/or the Presidential Records Act and may be subject to public release according to those statutes," adds the user agreement.
In other words, it's possible that it won't just be Trump's interns combing through your delusional online complaints. Your friends and neighbors might see them as well.
So go ahead and yell into the void that is this survey. Just be prepared for it to echo back into the real world.
via Mashable http://bit.ly/2DCFv97
May 15, 2019 at 08:00PM