Privacy policy

Black Business Can Inc. (BBC) is committed
to protecting personal information by following responsible
information-handling practices in keeping with privacy laws. BBC uses modern
information and communication technologies to support our activities. Our
Privacy policy applies to the Black Business Can Inc.  website.

Anonymous access

You can access our website home page
and browse our site without disclosing your personal data. As a general policy,
no personal information is collected from our visitors. The only personal
information captured through our website is the information that you volunteer,
such as when you complete a survey, or when you give us your email address or a
mailing address, that will enable us to send you requested information, such as
an email bulletin or publications. Safeguards are in place to ensure that the
information is not disclosed or shared for any other purposes.

Black Business Can Inc.’s use of cookies

A cookie is a small text file
containing a unique identification number that is transferred from a website to
the hard drive of your computer so that the website may identify separate
visitors to the site and track users’ activities on the website. A cookie will
not let a website know any personally identifiable information about you, such
as your real name and address. Black Business Can Inc.  uses cookies only to keep track of how many
people visit the BBC website and how frequently each page is visited. Each
individual movement of any user cannot be tracked while on the Black Business
Can Inc.  website. Black Business Can
Inc.  uses cookies to track page
popularity only to be able to improve the quality of the site and meet your
needs. We collect information about you only if you volunteer it.

Email mailing list subscriptions

When you subscribe to an email list
from BBC. , you need to supply your name and an email address. This email
address is used to deliver the mailing list messages to you. Your email address
will not be disclosed to any other mailing list subscriber, organization,
website, or government agency.

Links on our website

Our website also provides links to
other websites. Black Business Can Inc. assumes no responsibility for the
information practices of sites you are able to access through our site. We
encourage visitors to review each site’s privacy policy before disclosing any
personally identifiable information.

Your choice

We collect personal data you volunteer
online, or when you make use of or register for our activities and services, in
order to better meet your program, service, and information needs. We also use
data that does not identify individuals for statistical purposes to develop and
enhance Black Business Can Inc.  activities
and services. We may also request personal information required to satisfy
legal, government, and regulatory obligations.

If you supply us with your contact
information by subscribing to one of our email lists, you may hear from us
about important information concerning Black Business Can Inc. publications,
activities or projects. If you do not wish to hear about other BBC programs,
projects, or opportunities, you may unsubscribe to the email you are receiving
at any time.

Information sharing

We do not sell the personal information
we collect. We will not disclose your personal information to anyone else
without your prior knowledge or consent, except when required by law.

Confidentiality and security

Black Business Can Inc. maintains
physical, electronic, and administrative safeguards that are appropriate to the
type of personal information we obtain from you. Black Business Can Inc. staff
and volunteers who have access to personal data are required to respect the
confidentiality of personal information and handle it responsibly.

Privacy questions

If you are aware of any inaccuracy or
changes in the personal information we have about you, please contact Black
Business Can Inc.  at

If you have a complaint or concern
about BBC’s information-handling practices, we encourage you to let us know. In
most cases, BBC representatives will be able to address your concern. For any
inquiries about BBC’s privacy practices, please contact:

Maxine Ebegbuzie (Founder & President)

7033 Wyandotte St. E

Windsor, ON

N8S 1R1