Privacy Statement

by Agnes E.

Welcome to our privacy policy site. Here you will get information on how our site collects and use data from the users. It will also elaborate on disclosure cases, not leaving your privacy rights, and how the law can protect you.

Cannabis education project uses your data to provide better services to their customers. According to the policy statement, you consent to the site to use your data when you use their place.

Definitions and Interpretation


This part will give you a list of words that starts with a capital letter. This website’s meanings to the expressions shall have the same purpose, whether in plural or singular. The definitions are customized for the sake of this privacy policy.


Cookies: The websites that contain the details of your browsing history will place small files on the hard drive of your computer, mobile, or any browsing device. These tiny files are called cookies. Cookies help the website to tailor the services to befit their consumers.

Data Controller: According to General Data Protection Regulation, the company is a legal person who can determine jointly or with others how they will use and process the personal data they source from their consumers.

Device: According to our privacy policy, a device is anything that can browse or aces our services. It can be a cellphone, computer, or even a digital tablet.

Facebook fan-page: Our website may create a fan page for our consumers to interact. It is a unique platform created by a cannabis education project on a Facebook social network.

Personal data: The cannabis education project may ask you for information that identifies you. It is what our site defines as personal data. According to GDPR, personal information refers to the data related to a person, such as a name, location, online identifier identification number, and another specific physical, physiological, genetic, mental, cultural, and social identity.

According to the California Consumer Privacy Act, personal data can also be defined as any information that identifies, relates to, or can be associated to or resonate directly with you.

Account: A account is a unique end in our website, allowing users to log in and log out. It is through the account that you access our services or part of the services.

Business: According to the California Consumer Privacy Act, the company is a legal entity that you can sue independently. The company can collect consumer data after setting the purpose of the data they collect from consumers. The company determines the means of processing such information for consumers that do business in California states.

Company: This website will use terms such as “we,” “us,” or “Our” to refer to the Cannabis education project companies. Our company is the consumer’s data controller in this context.

Consumer: According to the California Consumer privacy act, the definition of consumer is a natural person who resides in California. According to the law, A resident is an individual in the USA for temporary or transitory purposes or any individual domiciled in the United States for temporary or transitory purposes.

Sale: sale means renting, selling, releasing, disclosing, disseminating, availing, communicating orally, writing, and using electronic means consumer’s data to the third party like another business for monetary or any other valuable exchange.

Service provider: A service provider, according to this privacy policy, is an individual, a legal, or a natural person that processes data on behalf of the company. Service providers may refer to the third parties, individuals, companies that the company employs to facilitate services to the consumers. Service providers may perform services related to the company’s primary roles or assist the company in analyzing the use of services. GDPR considers service providers as data processors.

Usage data: The usage data may not be directly sourced from the person or individual. Instead, they are inferential data-basing on what the consumer accessed. They are either generated by the use of service or from the service infrastructure. Such data may include the duration of the page visit.

Website: refers to Cannabis education project

YOU: according to this privacy policy, you stand for a person accessing or using our services. GDPR refers to you as the data subject or the individual using the Cannabis education project website.

The Type of Data that the Cannabis Education Project Will Collect from Users

Personal data

Our website may ask you for personal information when using our service. The data that we may ask you may be confidential or, instead, can identify you. The personally identifiable information may include;

  • Email address
  • User name
  • Gender
  • Age

Usage Data

Our service will automatically collect the usage data. The usage data may include internet protocol address, the browser version you are using, the browser type, the service pages you visit, the time and date when you visit, number of hours or minutes spent in the site, unique device identifiers, etc. any other diagnostic data.
For users who may access the service using mobile phones, our website will automatically collect certain information such as the name of the mobile that you use, the mobile device unique ID, IP address of your mobile, the mobile operating system, the internet browser that you use in your device any unique device identifiers and other diagnostics.

Tracking Technologies and Cookies

The cannabis education project website uses cookies. Cookies play a role when we are tracking the users’ activities on our site. We may store certain information that may help our site to better the services. The tracking technologies that our area employs are beacons, tags, and scripts. The tracking technologies will collect and track helpful information that may be useful in tailoring the services to befit our consumers.

In Brief. We Use the Following Tracking Technologies.

  • Cookies or Browser Cookies

Users can instruct their browser to reject cookies. You can also teach your browser to send notifications when cookies are being sent. Cookies are small files that we place on your device’s hard drive. It is important to note that rejecting cookies may cause you problems because it will limit the information you will access from the service.

  • Flash Cookies

Flash cookies are local stored objects to store certain information about the user’s preferences and activities. Flash cookies are not similar to browser cookies because the same browser settings do not manage them as the browser cookies. You can easily erase flash cookies.

  • Web Beacons

Web beacons are tiny electronic files available in our services and emails. You may refer to web beacons as clear gifs, pixels, tags, or even single-pixel gifs. The web beacons will permit us to count the number of visitors to our site or even know the exact number of users who have read our emails. They play a role in ranking the popularity of the area while also verifying the site’s integrity.

Cookies can either be persistent or session. Persistent cookies will remain on your personal computer or any device when you are offline. Session cookies, on the other hand, will be deleted as soon as you leave the page. Our website will use both cookies to serve the purposes below;

Cookies Policy/Notice Acceptance Cookies: Persistent cookies administered on our website will identify to us if users consent to the use of cookies on a website.

Functionality Cookies: Persistent cookies under functionality cookies will allow us to remember our users’ choices when using our website. They include the login details and the language preference. The functionality cookies play a role in providing a more personalized experience, and you won’t have to re-enter the details every other time you enter the website.

Tracking and Performance Cookies: the persistent tracking and performance cookies administered by third parties will track how users use the website and give information about traffic to the website. The information that the tracking and performance cookies may gather will identify you as an individual visitor because such information is linked to a pseudonymous identifier that connects to your device. This type of cookie can also be used to test new pages, features, and new functionality of the website to show the reaction of users.

Targeting and Advertising Cookies: These cookies are persistent cookies administered by third parties. These cookies keep track of your browsing habits to provide you ads that are more likely to be of interest to you. These cookies associate you with other users who have similar interests based on your browsing history. Third-party advertisers can put Cookies based on that information and with Our agreement to enable them to serve advertisements that We believe will be relevant to your interests while You are on third-party websites.

How Cannabis Education Projects Use Your Data

We may use your data for the following reasons.

  • Providing and maintaining our services while monitoring the usage of our services on our website.
  • The personal data you provide to use will have a role in development, compliance, and customer undertakings on services, products, and items purchased.
  • We use the personal information you give us to contact you when we have offers, discounts, promotional messages, and other forms of communication. Our website will use contact information through telephone numbers, email addresses, calls, and SMS. You will be getting updates concerning safety, informative communications, new products, and new functionalities.
  • The personal information you provide to us will serve us when we provide you with news, general information, events, and answers to the queries you sent to us through our query page.
  • It also plays a role when managing your requests.
  • In instances of business transfers, our customer’s information will help us when evaluating a merger. It also serves in restructuring, reorganizing, and dissolution of a company. Personal data helps the company make the right decisions in bankruptcy, liquidation, and similar proceedings that need customers’ information.
  • Our consumer’s information can also serve other purposes like data analysis, identifying usage trends, determining the impact of advertising strategies when improving the services, and evaluating product customer trends.

Situations that may warrant us to Share your personal information

  • Our company holds the rights to share your personal information during a merger negotiation when selling company assets, financing, and acquiring a company. Your statement plays a role in business transfers.
  • Cannabis education project may share your personal information with service providers who monitor and analyzes the use of our website services. They are also helpful when showing advertisements to our customers to help in supporting and maintenance of our services.
  • Our website can share your personal information with affiliates, provided that the affiliates honor our privacy policy. The cohorts in question here may include:
  1. The parent company.
  2. Any subsidiary.
  3. Joint venture partners.
  4. Other companies that are affiliated with our network.
  • Our company can share customer’s confirmation with business partners who want to offer You certain products or services. The companies may also be willing to provide you with promotions and discounts controlled by our company.
  • We may share your personal information with other users. This is possible when you interact in a public area with other users because they can access such information on a public network such as a social media platform.
  • We also share your personal information when you consent to it.

How Does Our Website Retain Your Data?

The cannabis education project will retain your data as long as it is still necessary for them. All retention will be under the standards set in the privacy policy. Your data will be under our control as it is essential in compliance with the legal obligations. We may need to retain the data to comply with the applicable laws when resolving disputes and enforcing legal policy agreements and policies.

Our company will retain usage data for its internal analysis. Our company will not need the usage data because they are only relevant during a specific period. The company will only retain the usage data when they have a legal obligation or when the data helps them enhance the data safety measures.

Instances Where Our Company Transfers Your Data

Our website can transfer your data under your consent to the privacy policy. Our company processes your data in the company’s operating offices and other places that the website has operating offices. The company will need to transfer your personal information to different localities far away from your localities. Laws may vary from state to state concerning data privacy. Your consent to this privacy policy implies that you agree to such transfers.

We take it our top priority to keep your data safe following our privacy policy. Our company will not transfer your data to any company unless they are sure that the party has adequate data protection measures to safeguard the interest of our consumers.

Disclosure of Your Data

Business Transactions

Our user’s personal information will be transferred when our company is involved in a merger, acquisition, or asset sale. It would help if you did not worry, though, because our website notices you through emails. After all, you will be subject to a new privacy policy.

Other Legal Requirements

Your data will be subject to authority’s privacy policy, and we might disclose them in good faith under necessary actions such as;

  • In compliance with the legal obligation.
  • When protecting and defending the rights or property of the company.
  • When preventing and investigating possible wrongdoing regarding the company’s services.
  • When we are protecting the personal safety of users
  • When we are protecting our consumers against legal liability.

Safety of Your Personal Data

We value the security of your data, but of course, an internet or electronic data transmission may not always be 100% secure. We, therefore, strive to accord a top-notch data safety while we are acknowledging the possible hitches. Your data may not have a guarantee for absolute security.

How Cannabis Education Project Will Process Your Data

Our website has several service providers who will access your data. Our website calls them third-party vendors who play a role in collecting, storing, using, and processing your data. They transfer information about your activity o our service following our privacy policy.

  • Analytic

We may not be able to do site analytics independently. We may employ third-party service providers to do the analytics for us.

  • Google Analytics

Google has an exceptional analytic service that tracks and reports website traffic. They use the tool to track and collect data relating to website activity and suggest the best ads related to the website. The data that the google analytic tool collects are accessible to other Google services. They use it to contextualize and personalize the ads for their advertising networks.

Suppose you are not happy with google analytic tools. In that case, you can always opt-out of it by installing a google analytical opt-out browser add-on. The add-on will prevent the google rational Java script from sharing your activity logs in the service with the google analytic tool.

  • Advertising

Cannabis education projects may use service providers when showing advertisements to support and maintain our services.

  • Email Marketing

The personal data that you provide will be vital in marketing. Our site may use email marketing to send you newsletters, marketing promotional materials, and any other significant information best for our consumers. If you don’t feel comfortable with these email marketing strategies, t you can opt-out of them by following the unsubscribe link or instructions attached in the email that we send to you.

Our website may use email marketing services when managing the messages and emails sent to your inbox.

GDPR Privacy

The Legal Basis of Processing Your Data Under GDPR

Our website will process your data under the following conditions.

Legal Obligations: our company is subject to a legal framework where our company must comply with. We, therefore, process your data under this obligation.

Consent: this privacy policy is a signature for consent. By accepting the terms of use, you consent us to process your data for websites purposes.

Performance Contract: when you provide us with your data, you accord us an opportunity to serve you. The data are necessary for the performance of the agreement with you. Our service will help you following this data.

Vital Interests: our company processes your information because they are necessary to protect your vital interests.

Public Interests: Our company’s act of data processing is meant to serve your public interests. It is best for the exercise of official authority which is vested in the company.

Legitimate Interests: we process your data because they are necessary for legitimate interests which the company pursues.

In instances where you will need clarification concerning a particular legal data processing activity, the Cannabis education project is willing to elaborate details on issues about data processing. You may need specific information in particular, including if the provision of personal data is a statutory or contractual requirement. We are ready to elaborate to our consumers.

Consumers Rights Under the GDPR

Our company respects the rights of users. We respect the confidentiality of your data, and we guarantee this confidentiality by adhering to the GDPR consumer rights. The user within the EU have the right under our privacy policy and by the law too;

  • Request Access to Your Data

You reserve all the rights to request, access, and update your data information on our website. You also have the right to delete any information that may not be correct. Our website will enable you to do this alteration on your own within your account. If you experience a challenge deleting the personal information, you can contact our support through our contact page.

You have a right to request the correction of our website’s data about you. You can check your data from our website or request a copy of your personal information, which our website will send to you.

  • You Can Object to the Processing of Your Data

The right to object to the processing of your data will exist under legitimate interest as a legal basis for data processing. You should have a reason for such objection, or you should be in a particular situation that will necessitate such protest. You can object to data processing when we are doing it for a direct marketing purpose.

  • You Have a Right to Request the Erasure of Your Data

The cannabis education project grants the users a right to request personal data erasure under the GDPR rules. The right will apply to automated information that you already consent to. The information should be the ones that you agree to us when performing the contract with you.

  • You Have the Right to Request the Transfer of Your Data

Our website will provide users, a third party, or any other party with the information you consent us to share. This information will exist in our system in an automated structured format. They are the personal data that you provide to us when performing a contract with you.

  • You Have a Right to Withdraw Your Consent

You have the right under the GDPR rights to withdraw your consent to us to use your data. Whenever you withdraw your consent, it won’t be possible for us to provide you with particular specific functionalities that you can only access on a personal level.

How You Exercise Your GDPR Data Protection Rights

The cannabis education website grants you a chance to exercise your rights through our contact page. You have all the rights to access, rectify, cancel and even oppose by contacting us. You will need to verify your identity before we grant you a chance to exercise such a right. Our website always strives to respond to such requests as fast as possible upon request.

You can also complain to a data protection authority about the collection and use of your data. You can get more information if you are in the European economic area by contacting a local data protection authority in the EAA.

  • Facebook Page

The data controller for the Facebook fun page

The cannabis education project is the data controller of your data collected when you are using our service. We have all the rights to control the information that we collect through our service. We adhere to the agreements that we made with Facebook service providers. Facebook has a strict term that we adhere to because we are all customer-oriented, and we protect the users’ rights. You can check the Facebook privacy terms from their website.

Facebook Insights

Our website uses the Facebook insight function in connection to the operation of the Facebook fan page. All regulations fall under the basis of GDPR. Through this strategy, we can get anonymize statistical data about the users on our Facebook fan page.

Facebook will place a cookie on the device of users who will visit our Facebook fan page. The cookies will have a unique identifier code that will be active for two years. It only disappears when you delete before the end of the period. Facebook can receive information and do a recording. It then processes the confirmation that the cookie will store when the visitor visits the Facebook fan page or other service other Facebook members offer.

Children Privacy

Cannabis education project targets the elderly and people above 18 years. Our website will not collect information from people under the age of 18 years. We seek consent from you by asking if you are above or below the age of 18 years. Parents and guardians should be watchful of what their kids are checking online. If your child has provided us with the data, you should contact us. We always take appropriate steps to remove any data that do not conform to our privacy policy. Children are not permitted to access our services following the child online protection act.

Links to Other Websites

When browsing through our pages, you will find links that may lead you to other websites. We do not operate the websites, and you will be under the privacy policies of such websites when you click on them. Clicking on a third-party link will direct you to such websites. We strongly advise that you review their privacy statement before you consent. We will not take responsibility for any damages you incur when you visit the website to which the links will direct you. Our website does not have control over the privacy policy of other sites, and all practices in such a website will be under the rules of such third parties. Please review their privacy policy before consenting because you may face damages that we won’t be responsible for.

Changes to the Privacy Policy

Our website has absolute rights over the privacy policy. Our website will be updating the privacy policy from time to time. You will receive a notification of a change of privacy policies. You will notice this when you visit our website.

You will get a notification through an email or even a prominent notice on the service. You should review the privacy policy periodically to check if there are any changes. The changes are effective when they are posted on our website. You should always make it a culture to check the privacy policies whenever you visit the page.

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