FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Why does Lost Texas Roads collect (and use) my data?
We are committed to creating the best experience for visitors to Lost Texas Roads. To do this, it is important that we have access to information about our visitors. For example, knowing which articles you read helps us understand your interests. That information lets us select the types of articles we show you in certain parts of the website and to which topics we should devote more attention.
What type of data is collected about me when I’m accessing Lost Texas Roads?
Different types of data are collected based on the different services you use. There are effectively two types of data collection: direct and indirect. Direct data collection means you are submitting data to us. For example, when you use the contact form on this website, you submit your email address, name, and message content. Indirect data collection takes place passively as you interact with our site. Our tracking technologies collect data about your reading behavior, like which articles you read or how often you visit Lost Texas Roads. Additionally, we may collect data about readers from social media platforms.
What does Lost Texas Roads do with data it collects on me?
Direct data that we collect is used to respond to your inquiries, such as answering contact form submissions or sending newsletters. Indirect data is aggregated with other site visitors to cater our content to you, like by recommending stories that may be of interest. The specific data we use depends on the offering, and how you are accessing it.
How are you keeping my data safe?
We have implemented organizational, technological and physical safeguards designed to keep our readers’ data secure internally. Lost Texas Roads is dedicated to building, maintaining and upgrading the measures we take to protect your data.