In some situations you would like to use Forms to collect personal data, and it then becomes odd to have a link to Microsofts privacy statement saying that it will collect data to use for a multitude of reasons.
You should be able to create your own privacy statement and the information should never be "available" to Microsoft.
Maybe MS Forms never was ment to collect that kind of information, and should be considered a simple quizzing tool for non sensitive data?
Marc Cabassa commented
There should be a way to provide our own privacy statement. The one from MS is very restrictive.
Javier Martinez commented
For global companies this too is a must have. Want to be to customize the privacy statement to ensure it complies with the requirements based on the data being collected. Especially as it relates to GDPR compliance, and what all constitutes PII data.
When we utilise the form in house it will show our privacy statement which we have defined in O365. However, if I get external parties to use the form, I get the Microsoft Generic Privacy Statement.
Really? This is our form not yours. We created it, can we have some control over this considering its a very import piece to GDPR. We don't want the Microsoft statement... we need ours.
Please allow customers to specify the link to the Privacy statement as it is very important.
Henrik Christensen commented
To comply with our companies privacy rules, we need a checkbox on each form so that users can acknowledge compliance with our company policy and not the generic one from Microsoft.
My German Enterprise Customer won't approve the usage of Forms without having the ability to add their own privacy Statement (and having the user to accept it) before entering the questionnaire. Please put some eyes on this Topic as I assume several other customers will have this Problem.
Pieter Corneillie commented
Also necessary as the owner/processor of the result needs to be able to define somewhere what the results will be used for. If the only privacy notice link is the one from MS, this is not reflecting reality.