Privacy Policy

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Legal documentation that combine to form the ChuckleBuzz Terms Of Use:

Ezoic privacy policy:

ChuckleBuzz is owned and operated in England with all website files hosted in the United States. Each of the parties hereto hereby submits to the non-exclusive jurisdiction of the courts of England.

Contained here is information about how visitor privacy is managed and which cookies are used, what data is stored, and what your rights are. We use the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) as our guide to meet our legal requirements and moral obligations for all visitors.

Using This Document
We understand documentation like this isn’t much fun, but it’s important for visitors. For that reason we’ve done our best to make it as concise as possible and easy to read. The key sections to be aware of are the cookies used and how you can control them. You must be over 16 years of age to give consent, if you aren’t you will need a parent or guardian to give consent.

What Are Cookies?
Cookies are tiny little text files that are used by websites to store small pieces of information. The tiny little bits of text are stored on the device you’re using when the website is loaded in your device browser. These little bits of information help us make the website function as we want and need it to. They also make the website more secure, provide a better user experience, and also help us understand how the website is performing. This, in turn, can help us improve our site. Cookies have a bit of a bad reputation amongst the general public because some baddies misuse them. However, we want you to understand that we use them because we have to in order to make this comedy business the best we can, and not because we want to in any way invade your privacy or cause you issues. Quite frankly, we have better things to do, like watching kitten videos online.

Here’s a list of cookies active on It does not mean they will all be used during your session, but they may be.

Control And Opt Out
If you don’t like the cookies from our website then you probably aren’t going to want them from the vast majority of websites. In that case the best thing to do is actually change the settings of your browser to block/delete the cookies. In order to learn how to do that for the browser you use we recommend you visit this webpage which contains guides for each browser. Not only will the guides tell you how to alter your cookie settings, but also how to delete existing cookies.

Here are some other tools and pages you may be interested in to help you manage your privacy.

Some advertisers are part of an alliance, it’s called the Digital Advertising Alliance, you can opt-out via the AboutAds website.

Your Data
The only personal detail we collect and permanently store from you is your email address if you make a comment on our website. We never collect names, addresses, phone numbers or card details. Privacy is an important issue to us and we do our best to protect it. We would never in any circumstances collect data about race, politics, religion, health, sex life or sexual orientation.

If you have previously submitted content to the website such as a comment which you no longer wish to be live on the site please contact us with full details and we will remove it as long as we can verify you are the creator of the content. Submitting not only your name and email address can help do that, but also your IP address.

We use Matomo Analytics to see how many visitors we get to the website, it doesn’t allow us to identify you. But if you do wish to opt-out of traffic data please use the button below this paragraph.

Contact Details
For any questions with regards to anything contained within this legal document please contact us via the contact page. It includes an email address and head office communication postal address for

Changes To The Privacy Policy
This Privacy Policy was first published in 2014. We reserve the right to revise the document from time to time without notice but any changes will not generally be retrospectively effective. If any part of this document is determined by any competent authority or court to be unenforceable and/or unlawful, the other parts will continue in full effect.