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How to Control Cookies
Change your browser settings
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Opt-Out from Targeted Advertising
The advertising industry has developed a number of consumer and business initiatives in Europe, the US and other regions. These initiatives include best practice principles for businesses involved in advertising, consumer guides to OBA and opt-out tools. You can opt-out from targeted advertising on this website and more generally across the internet using the opt-out tools of ad industry bodies, including:
European Interactive Digital Advertising Alliance (EDAA)
Digital Advertising Alliance (DAA)
Network Advertising Initiative (NAI)