General Privacy Policy: The CDPC has a firm commitment to Internet privacy. When you visit the web site we collect the name of your internet service provider, the browser and…

General Privacy Policy:

The CDPC has a firm commitment to Internet privacy. When you visit the web site we collect the name of your internet service provider, the browser and type of machine you are using, the web site that referred you to us, the pages you request and the date and time you request them.

How We Use the Information:

We use this information to measure our site activity in order to improve the quality of our site for our visitors and provide a valuable digital platform for a coalition for change. We invite you to share your email address and other personally identifiable information with us so we can build a powerful voice for reason in drug policy.

Security:

The CDPC makes every effort to insure the secure collection and transmission of sensitive user information using industry accepted data collection and encryption methodologies. The CDPC does not sell or otherwise disclose user information outside the organization.

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Like most websites, CDPC may place a “cookie,” or small file, in the browser files of a visitor’s computer. We use cookies to save information you give us so that you don’t have to re-enter it each time you visit our site. This allows us to personalize the site to your taste and provide the best web experience possible to our visitors.

Updating the Privacy Policy:

The CDPC reserves the right to change its policy as necessary to support coalition activities; this privacy policy statement will always remain updated.

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