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Privacy and compliance

Microsoft Forms data follows the O365 Compliance Framework, and meets Compliance Category C as outlined in the framework.

Microsoft Forms has also met GDPR compliance requirements as of May 2018. Please refer to Office 365 Data Subject Requests for the GDPR for more information.

Microsoft Forms meets FERPA and BAA protection standards.

Don't ask for sensitive personal information such as passwords.

Office 365 Education and Office 365 Commercial users should create their forms in compliance with the terms your organization has in place with Microsoft. Learn more.

Microsoft personal account (Hotmail, Live, or Outlook.com) users should create their forms in compliance with Microsoft Terms of Use.

If you receive a form that is collecting anonymous responses and believe the form is trying to maliciously gather user information, click on the Report Abuse link at the bottom of the form. Select the phishing option and, if you wish, provide comments. When complete, click Submit.

After a form is reported, the Online Safety Team reviews the content to see if it has violated certain criteria.

For Office 365 Education and Office 365 Commercial users who report a form, the form flagged for phishing will be turned into an internal only form and only internal employees of the company will be able to access the form. Enterprise administrators will be notified about the status and action.

For Microsoft personal account (Hotmail, Live, or Outlook.com) users who report a form, the form flagged for phishing will be taken down. The form owner will not be able to access the form, the form link will be inaccessible, and future responders will not be able to open the form link.

The Report Abuse button allows a respondent to report a form suspected of maliciously gathering user information. In general, all consumer forms and “public” enterprise forms can be reported.

For Microsoft personal account (Hotmail, Live, or Outlook.com) users, all forms will include the Report Abuse button on the response page.

For Office 365 Education and Office 365 Commercial users, only “public” forms will include the Report Abuse button on the response page.

Note: To make a form "public," the form owner selects More form settings More options button > Settings > Who can fill out this form > Only people in my organization can respond.

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