Privacy Policy

At Motpoll.com, we respect the privacy of our users by keeping no individual records, since they don't exist. This privacy is respected by anonymous voting. There is no identification of the voter expressing their feelings, or any reader reading, except the assumption that a human being is pressing the keys on a computer keyboard somewhere in the United States when a vote is made. 

What information do we collect, and from where?

Factual information is collected from the Media, both Liberal and Conservative, when both say what the same facts are, and from historical information and data that are in the public domain. When a user visits our website, our website automatically separates the USA IP address from foreign addresses for the purpose of restricting Ballot votes taking place from anywhere except inside the boundaries of the United States and its territories. Readership is not limited. But our program allows only USA residents or visitors to express their 'weight of theft' for the Ballot they visit. For people in foreign lands, the website is open for reading the Ballots, and resulting Statistics and trends that result from votings on the suspected thefts presented. 

We observe subjects, and place Ballots under those subjects. The Subjects and Ballots are on the happenings, current and past, from the USA that are suspected of involving thievery by MOT Poll writers. The MOT Poll is not a news-reporting entity, though MOT Poll statistics can be considered news. It targets Government and Media subjects and collects data, images, content, and facts from the public media and documented histories relative to suspected theft. It provides it's own analyses and conclusions, upon which readers can self-poll. 

At this time we generate revenue solely from donations. The MOT Poll is free to the public without advertisements. Donations to the MOT Poll (Motpoll, LLC) are a gift to all who may feel uninformed of what has really happened to them and their country during the past several years, and who may desire to vote an expression on how insane they feel many actions were and are. Donations pay for the time and expenses for research, writing, security, legal defense, distribution, and profit.

Ownership: The motpoll.com website, and books, "A Margin of Theft", and, "Election 2016 and The Margin of Theft", are owned by Motpoll, LLC, a Virginia (US) Corporation.