I would like to find out how it is possible that a non-moderator user is able to see how I have voted on their question or if applicable have flagged it?
This appears to have happened to me today, and it prompted a challenge in the SE chat room.
I was under the impression that the details of our votes and flags were not visible to other users, except possibly for moderators.
This happened on a separate occasion, were the user actually disclosed the details of my votes on a meta post, however the user in question was a moderator on a different stack and I just assumed that they had network wide privileges that others did not. However today's incident occurred with a low reputation user.
As this user has been having confrontations with a number of users on the stack, I do not think that it was a lucky guess that they singled out my vote and flag on their question, as it had more than one down vote and had apparently been flagged by a different user (this was a provided generally by one of the stacks mods), and at that point I had not had a chance to add a comment, so there should of been no indication that I was active on that question.
It is troubling if non-moderators are able to see voting or flags to questions without the voter or flagger's express consent, in other words, they do not say explicitly in the comments that they have down voted or flagged for a specific reason.