In providing online election services, OpaVote receives information about the election including but not limited to the manager's name and email address, the names of candidates, and the email addresses of voters. During the voting process, OpaVote may record, for each voter, whether the voter has voted, whether the voter has opted out of receiving election emails or reported the election email as spam, the IP address used by the voter, and other information provded in the HTTP headers (to deter fraudulent votes). For elections and polls conducted on Facebook, OpaVote may store a voter's Facebook id number to prevent duplicate voting. Collectively, this information is "Election Information."
OpaVote will not share the Election Information with any third party, except that OpaVote may:
After an election manager deletes an election from OpaVote, all email addresses, votes, and election results are permanently removed (except email addresses of those who have opted out of receiving OpaVote emails or marked an OpaVote email as spam, soley to prevent OpaVote from sending any further messages to those email addresses).
Last modified July 20, 2017.
Voters in an election will receive an email informing them of their ability to vote in an election. OpaVote will not use the voters' email addresses for any other purpose. All emails to voters will include an opt out link to allow a voter to opt out of receiving emails for the election or to opt out of emails from all OpaVote elections. OpaVote may retain a voter's email address for the purpose of preventing further emails to the voter.
Last modified November 11, 2013.