Hey there /r/privacy. For those of you in the EU, check out this website to opt out of 113 behavior-based ad trackers. According to the site*, this is not an exhaustive list, so don’t expect to blacklist all behavior ad tracking.First you’ll want to head to the splash screen at YourOnlineChoices.eu in order to select your country.Then, you’ll want to disable your privacy and anti-tracking plug-ins for this site (e.g. uBlock Origin, Privacy Badger, and HTTPS Everywhere) for the next part to work.Next, select Your Ad Choices and proceed to select or disable all website providers who track your online behavior.! If you are seeing lots of sites come up orange (i.e. the website is reporting an error and cannot relay your data collection preference), see step #2 and disable all your anti-tracking and privacy add-ons and plugins and refresh the page.—* I’m preempting the debate about who is running this website. YourOnlineChoices.eu is managed by the European Interactive Digital Advertising Alliance. They are not an EU regulatory agency. Rather, they are a coalition organization (comprised of advertisers, the advertising agency sector, the direct marketing sector, the advertising network sector and the media sector). They report to EU-level regulatory agencies to comply with privacy laws, and they are attempting to organize and license companies engaged in Online Behavior Advertising (OBA). OBA-licensed website providers will then allow web users the ability to allow or disable tracking directly on that website. I’m not sure anyone can be sure they are totally transparent – a grain of salt is always advised when it comes to privacy measures. I’m on the fence about a coalition of advertisers running such a site, but I figure registering privacy preferences with them can’t hurt while continuing to use other anti-tracking and privacy software.