Privacy Policy

This is the Privacy Policy that governs the way Election Polling collects, stores, uses and discloses information collected about its users.

Collecting User Information


We may collect personal identification information about users of Election Polling including, but not limited to, their IP address and country of origin. We may collect non-personal identification information about users of Election Polling including, but not limited to, the name of their website browser and operating system.

We comply with COPPA (Children's Online Privacy Protection Act). As such we do not collect, store or use information about those we know are under 13 nor do we specifically market to anyone under 13.

Storing User Information


We may use browser cookies. Browser cookies are put on the hard drive of users to track them on Election Polling. Users may block browser cookies in their website browser and still use Election Polling.

Using User Information


We may use user information to both improve Election Polling and personalise the user experience.

Protecting User Information


We protect all stored user information against any unauthorised access, change and disclosure.

Disclosing User Information


We do not disclose personal identification information to others. We may provide non-personal identification information to trusted third parties for statistical purposes.

Third Party Websites


We may link to third parties throughout Election Polling. We do not necessarily control the content of such links and will not be held responsible for their content. These third parties are subject to their own terms and policies.

Updates to this Privacy Policy


Election Polling may update this Privacy Policy at any time. Users must check this Privacy Policy regularly and understand it.

Acceptance of this Privacy Policy


If you use Election Polling then you agree to this Privacy Policy. If you do not accept this Privacy Policy then do not use Election Polling.

Contacting Us


You may contact us using the information here.

Notice


This document was last updated on 2nd April 2016.
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