Poltr Privacy Policy

The privacy of Poltr’s visitors is important to us. Our privacy policy details what types of information we collect about our visitors, and what we do with it.

Publicly Shared Information

When you provide information by creating a poll, other visitors may be able to see the content of your poll. Other visitors may be able to see the time you submitted a vote, or be able to see that the option you voted for received an additional vote, but no additional information that could be used to trace the vote back to your person.

Information you provide directly to us

You may choose to provide information directly to us, through our contact form or other means. Information provided in this manner is subject to the same protections as other information.

Information we collect automatically

We may collect and store data when you access and use our services. This includes IP address, information about your browser, such as user-agent, browser type, operating system, other device information, and other user interactions related with our services (e.g. data about how you vote on polls).

We use Google Analytics to help analyze usage and traffic for our services. For example, we may use their service to analyze page visits, link clicks, the number of unique visitors to our website, and other aggregate statistics.

Cookies

Cookies are pieces of data your browser stores and sends back to us when you make requests. We use this information to improve user experience. For example, we use cookies to keep some visitors from voting on polls multiple times, improving the quality of our service.

You have the choice to disable cookies when interacting with our website. However, choosing to disable cookies can affect how you are able to interact with our website, such as limiting your ability to vote on certain polls.

Sharing your personal information

We do not sell, trade, or transfer in any way to outside parties any information which could be used to identify your person. This does not include third parties who are providing services which assist us in operating our website and business, and who have agreed to keep this information confidential. We may share aggregate or otherwise de-identified information with other parties to be used for marketing to certain demographics, advertising, or other uses.

In situations where a request has been made for information which we believe is required by or is in accordance with law, regulation, legal process, or governmental request, we may share that information.

We may share any of your information at your request or with your permission.

Last updated April 25, 2017