I couldn’t help but notice a constant bias towards /e/ through the questionnaire. This is understandable up to a point because it’s clear who’s behind this survey but someone who’s unaware of the project might get a very wrong idea about it. I wish it had been more generalized to get a better picture of the understanding people have about privacy and smartphone ecosystem.
Another problem I find with some of the questions is that people may not be aware of what they want from a privacy perspective. There’s a very generalized feeling of powerlessness which I’ve seen many times used as an excuse to not care about this issue at all. Suggesting improvements at the OS level or better support for PWA might be missing the intended audience of /e/ completely.
On the bright side I really like the formatting where each question is properly answered afterwards providing immediate feedback. I’m sure a lot of people might get surprised with the answers, and it’ll provoke some curious minds to ask more and better questions.
Overall, I think this is going to yield some interesting results and I can’t wait to see them. Nice work Rik!