Was only too willing to participate in a survey to improve TechTracker. However, CROWD SCIENCES's survey had no relevance to feedback and improving the site. Not one single question. "Liars, liars, pants on fire". If you had announced it as, "a partner's survey to keep the service free"; fair enough. But to say it was for site improvement, shame on you. Be honest in future.
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