Participant Data Policy
This page describes how and what data we store on participants
- When you participate in an experiment, by default meadows does not store anything that can identify you.
- Instead, the researcher identifies you on Meadows by a randomly assigned nickname, e.g. "happy-monkey".
- It is the researcher's responsibility to inform you if they want to collect any sensitive or identifiable information from you.
- Optionally, if you sign up for an account on Meadows, for example to be able to come back to an experiment later, your email address, username and/or password are stored by Meadows in addition to the above.
If you have any questions about your data on Meadows, you can email us at email@example.com