Is the test data protected?

Yes, the speed test data is protected through nondisclosure and public information connected to a speed test is anonymized where possible. Some information may already be public, such as property ownership via tax rolls. 

Data will be shared at local, state and federal levels. It may also be shared with internet service providers. 

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1. How do I take the speed test?
2. What does the speed test do?
3. What will this test be used for?
4. Is the speed test important?
5. Why should I take the speed test?
6. If I cannot get internet access, what should I do?
7. Is there a way for me to see what internet services the federal government thinks are available at my address?
8. Is the test data protected?
9. Will Kenosha County receive grants from the state and federal governments?
10. Didn’t Kenosha County already have a push to improve broadband services? What’s different this time?
11. Is Kenosha County the only county in Wisconsin participating in the speed test?