> Note: This is a document hosted by Google Docs. Do not enter any sensitive information such as credit-card numbers, usernames or passwords. If the form asks for any such sensitive information, please report it as abuse.
That won't work if you need people to login to Google Docs because you use things there internally.
Google cannot set the policy for your organization about what can and can't be entered into a document (and do you _really_ want them to????)
Note, I am not saying that using Google Docs this way is a good thing, it's not. But it's also the reality in may organizations.
You want to dig up a lot of dirt on a major company, send an e-mail to any address in the company you can find that claims to be a survey that the company management has asked for, and you can get people to answer all sorts of sensitive information (and volunteer even more in the free-form fields). The fact that so many companies DO use outside survey companies to do exactly this will lead employees to consider such survey requests 'normal' and tell them anything.
This abuse of Google Docs forms to do the same type of thing is facilitated by the expectation of users that there is so much legitimate use of Google Docs.
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