Tim Hortons blocks access to legal cannabis sites on free WiFi service

The iconic Canadian coffee chain prevents patrons from accessing the websites of a number of licensed pot companies.

The iconic Canadian coffee chain, Tim Hortons has a filter on its free WiFi service that blocks patrons from accessing the websites of a number of licensed cannabis companies, Leafly reports.

Tweed’s consumer website and Aurora Cannabis’medical cannabis website is accessible. But those of licensed producers such as Canopy Growth Corp. are not — including other informative cannabis platforms such as Lift and Leafly itself. Ironically, a reporter for the latter was able to access multiple sites slinging illicit cannabis by mail.

Double-double drinkers are faced with an “Access to this page has been blocked due to inappropriate content” screen when attempting to log in.

READ MORE HERE: www.thegrowthop.com/cannabis-news/tim-hortons-blocks-access-to-legal-cannabis-sites-on-free-wifi-service
By Emma Spears

Check Also

Ways to Integrate Cannabis into Your Health and Wellness Regimen

Since marijuana has been made legal in many countries across the world, more and more …

%d bloggers like this: