Terms and conditions
1. By clicking or navigating the domain and its subdomain election2016.oraclum.co.uk (henceforth the website), and its corresponding content, the user agrees to the usage of the website in accordance with the following terms and conditions.
2. The website holds the right to change, limit, or abandon the usage of the survey at any and all time.
3. By voting on the survey the user accepts to share the following information:
- 3.1. Election information
- Vote choice (Trump, Clinton, or Other)
- Estimate of the percentage of votes that the user’s preferred option will get on the referendum
- Estimate of the percentage of votes that the user’s preferred option will get on this survey
- Age of the user (optional)
- Gender of the user (optional)
- Ethnicity of the user (optional)
- Education level of the user (optional)
- Who the user usually votes for (optional)
- Time when the vote was given
- 3.2. Facebook or Twitter information
- Anonymous Facebook or Twitter ID of the user
- List of anonymous identifiers of Facebook friends or Twitter followers which are also using the survey
- The redirecting link – the link from which webpage the user came to the survey
The information regarding the Facebook profile of the user is being transferred via the secure official Facebook API.
4. All users can freely share the data from the survey (e.g. who they voted for) if they want to.
5. Oraclum guarantees that no third party will have access to any of the gathered data.
6. Upon publishing the results of the survey Oraclum will not favour any media group, company, or third party.
7. Orcalum holds the right to publish the anonymous statistics and data in science journals and present the aggregate data on scientific conferences.
8. All statistics and information on our website are only informative and Oraclum holds no responsibility for any consequences from misinterpretation.
9. Oraclum is strictly non-partisan and holds no prior ideological position on any issue.
10. The results of the survey need not correspond to the actual voter preferences, so they should be interpreted with caution.