The Lexington Development Commitment to Privacy
Information Collected by Lexington Development
Lexington Development collects information about visitors to our websites during the registration process for some of our advanced web tools and features, and during the user’s participation in certain activities on our websites. Lexington may gather and aggregate information about visitors by tracking the usage of certain features and pages available on our websites. The collection of this information enables us to better tailor the content to your needs, keep you informed of information that you may find of interest, and better enhance your online experience. Our registration or information requests section (detailed below) collects names, email addresses, telephone numbers and information about the preferences of our users. When users request pages from our web server, our server automatically collects some information about the users, including their internet protocol (IP) address.
As you browse our websites and blogs, Lexington only collects information about your visit; we do not collect information about you personally. Via web server logs and browser cookie files, we monitor statistics such as:
- How many people visit our site, and which pages they visit,
- Which materials do our visitors choose to download,
- From which search engines our visitors are referred, such as Google, Yahoo or Bing,
- Which browsers are used by visitors to our websites, such as Internet Explorer or Firefox.
While we gather this information, none of the information is associated with you individually. We use these statistics to improve our websites, to monitor the performance of our websites, and to make our websites and blogs easier and more enjoyable for you and other visitors to use.
Use of Information
Registration or Information Requests
Our Commitment to Children’s Privacy
Protecting the privacy of children is especially important to us. For that reason, Lexington Development does not intend to or knowingly collect or maintain personally-identifiable information from children under 13.
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