The terms ‘Twitter’ and ‘Facebook’ refer to the social networking websites located at http://www.twitter.com and http://www.facebook.com respectively. We cannot be held responsible for situations which arise from the collection of information by external or third-party websites.
There are some areas on The Wall Of Comedy where you may be asked to enter some of your personal details (e.g. email address). These include, but are not limited to, our comment areas and email form. We will never use such information irresponsibly or pass it on to third parties, except in cases where the law requires us to.
A ‘cookie’ is an item of data stored on the user’s device containing information about their use of a website. To the best of our knowledge, the only uses of cookies in public areas of The Wall Of Comedy are as follows:
Comments – When commenting, we offer users a ‘remember’ option which, if selected, will save their details (e.g. name, email address) in cookies so they don’t have to re-enter them for future comments. Breaking News Bar – This allows you to close the breaking news bar and keep it closed.
However, our content management system may set cookies our staff are unaware of. We regularly monitor the site to check for such cookies and will take action if we find any.
If you do not want The Wall Of Comedy to save such cookies to your device, most browsers will allow you to block them in their settings. However, if you do, you may not be able to access some features on The Wall Of Comedy.
The Wall Of Comedy uses scripts from third-party or external websites for certain features (e.g. Twitter, to display our follower count) which may set cookies to your device. We cannot be held responsible for cookies set by third party or external websites.
The vast majority of website servers collect log files. These log files typically contain your IP address, ISP, browser types, entry/exit/referrer pages and other information related to the gathering of online statistics. None of your personal information is gathered in these log files.