We respect the right to privacy of all visitors to the www.lynton.co.uk website. We do not collect information that would personally identify you unless you choose to provide it. The personal information that you submit is shared only with those people in the Lynton organisation who need this information to respond to your question or request. Information submitted through Lynton's online forms may be collected to ensure technical functionality. It will also be utilised to address any inappropriate use of our website. We do not save personal information to use for other purposes, nor do we provide it to any other organisation.
We have taken reasonable steps to ensure the integrity and confidentiality of personally identifiable information that you may provide. You should understand, however, that electronic transmissions via the Internet are not necessarily secure from interception, and so we cannot absolutely guarantee the security or confidentiality of such transmissions.
Except for authorised law enforcement investigations or other valid legal processes, we will not share any personally identifiable information we receive from you with any parties outside of the Lynton Group of companies.
We may occasionally survey visitors to our site. The information from these surveys is used in aggregate form to help us understand the needs of our visitors so that we can improve our site. We generally do not ask for information in surveys that would personally identify you; if we do request contact information for follow-up, you may decline to provide it. If survey respondents provide personal information (such as an e-mail address) in a survey, it is shared only with those people who need to see it to respond to the question or request.
The Web server automatically collects the IP (which stands for Internet Protocol) address of the computers that access our site. An IP address is a number that is assigned to your computer when you access the Internet. It is not truly personally identifiable information because many different individuals can access the Internet via the same computer. We use this information in aggregate form to understand how our site is being used and how we can better serve visitors.
We collect information about visitors to our site using "cookies". We use persistent cookies to recognise a repeat visitor and offer the visitor a set of services or information requested in a previous visit. We use session cookies to track a visitor's path through our site during a visit, to help us understand how people use our site.
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