Consent Preferences

Welcome to the consent preferences center. We use consent management provider solutions (CMPs) so that you can decide who you will allow to set third party advertising and affiliate link cookies on your browser or device. We explain what these are in section 13 of our privacy notice and cookie policy. To manage your consent preferences, make choices on all CMPs listed below:


  • Onetrust: EU Users and California Users
  • AMP (EU Users)
  • Evidon (Non-EU Users)
  • Nielsen. Our properties may also feature Nielsen's proprietary measurement software which may contribute to market research, like Nielsen's TV Ratings. To learn more about this information, please click here. Nielsen's software may collect your choices with regards to it.



  • Onetrust: Use the pop-up menu that appears upon your first visit, or if you wish to change your options after your first visit, follow your browser’s instructions to clear your cookies and the pop-up will reappear. You may need to temporarily turn off pop-up blockers.

iOS/Android Apps

  • In California and the EU (excluding the UK), our apps may contain contextually-served ads, which are targeted based on the subject matter of the content where they are placed and are not based on the targeting of user behavioral data.
  • In all other markets, our apps may contain ads which are targeted based on your user behavior and/or on the subject matter of the content where they are placed. In the UK, we use the Google Mobile Ads Consent SDK to ask for consent to use your personal data to tailor ads for you. You can change your mind at any time by adjusting your preferences in app settings. If you do not provide consent or withdraw your consent, we will only show you contextually-served ads and we will not show you ads based on your user behavior.

User Accounts

If you create a user account with us, you have the ability to delete your user account at any time by following the below instructions:

  • BuzzFeed : If you'd like to delete your account, log in on desktop and go to the user settings menu, then tap Delete My Account. Deleting your account will irreversibly delete all account information. Your posts and comments will not be deleted, but you will lose access to them; posts will be made private and comments will remain public (unless they are made on a private post) but will not be linked to your username.
  • Tasty : If you'd like to delete your account, log in on app and go to the user settings menu, then tap Delete User. Deleting your account will irreversibly delete all account information, including saved recipes and tips.

Deleting your account will not unsubscribe you from any email lists you’ve signed up for; to unsubscribe, please follow the instructions at the bottom of the email. Deleting your account on one BuzzFeed platform also will not delete your account on other BuzzFeed platforms, if you have several accounts. To delete your other accounts, please go to those platforms.

You can also change your privacy settings and exercise your rights with respect to personal data you gave to Verizon Media by visiting Verizon Media’s Privacy Dashboard, which can be found by visiting the links below:

Further Guidance

Browsers and devices usually have tools that allow control of most cookies through browser settings. To find out more about cookies and to see what cookies have been set go to: visit or

You can find out how to manage cookies on popular browsers by going to:

Visit NAI's opt-out page to learn more about your choices to opt-out of receiving tailored online ads from NAI members.

We use YouTube’s API to make certain videos on our sites available to you. Please visit YouTube’s Terms of Service and Privacy Policy to learn more, and manage your preferences for what data YouTube shares about you with third parties by visiting here.

To manage your preferences for personalized ads from Google, Facebook or Amazon, please visit their preference centers