The ad click ratio (ADR) is the percentage of the total clicks a website receives that come from its visitors.
Advertisers pay for clicks on their websites to display ads to people.
The more clicks a user makes on a website, the more they’ll see ads, whether or not they click on them.
Adblock Plus, a popular anti-spam plugin, measures the percentage ad clicks received by users.
It’s based on the number of times a user clicks on an ad, rather than the number that are actually viewed.
The plugin measures a user’s engagement with a website by analyzing the number and type of clicks that a user takes on the website, including on banner ads, search results, and other ads.
The ADR for a website can vary by user behavior, but the most common value is 0.5%, according to the ADR calculator.
This is because, for most users, clicking on an advertisement is a low-effort and high-reward activity.
The average click is 0 percent, according to a study by The Atlantic.
To be able to accurately measure the impact that ads have on the average user, AdblockPlus measures clicks based on how many times a visitor makes a click.
For example, if a user visits the website four times, but only clicks once, then that user has only made 1 percent of the clicks that made up the clicks on the previous page.
The other 80 percent of clicks, on average, are made by users who have visited the website several times and have made a number of clicks in the past 24 hours.
Adblocking the Internet article A few weeks ago, the European Union passed a law aimed at making it easier for websites to comply with data protection regulations.
The law is currently being reviewed by the European Commission, and will be brought to the Council for approval in June 2018.
The European Commission has the final say on how it will act on the data protection legislation.
The data protection directive aims to provide a single platform to allow users to make informed decisions on the protection of their data, including the right to access and use it.
Ad blocking, however, has a long history in Europe.
While there is much to celebrate about the new data protection rules, the EU has been grappling with the issue of data privacy.
For years, it has been struggling to find ways to protect data from data misuse and other privacy breaches.
But data protection has been especially controversial among European citizens, especially when it comes to online advertising.
For this reason, some have proposed new data retention rules that could allow companies to track users’ browsing history, or even their activities online.
And it’s not just Europeans who want to be able a better understanding of their privacy online.
A study released by the Pew Research Center on Thursday found that about half of the U.S. population is worried about online privacy.
The report also found that the number one concern for U.K. consumers was the spread of “spam,” or spam emails that use fake identities.
According to the report, the number two concern was the proliferation of “tampering” online and “botnet” networks, which are networks that use automated methods to create malicious websites and steal other users’ personal information.
Privacy is at the core of a free and open internet, Pew Research noted.
“In many cases, privacy is not only a basic right, it’s the only thing that makes our Internet work and make us feel safe online,” the report stated.
AdBlock Plus is not the only anti-tracking tool for users.
Another popular anti ad blocker, AdBlock, is also making its way to the European market.
The ad blocker can help block malicious sites by automatically removing the ads and tracking their visitors’ activity.
Ad Block Plus, which is available in more than 80 countries, includes many features that make it more effective at blocking spam.
The tool can block ads for ads on websites, and it can block certain ad formats that users view on their devices.
Ad blocker software can also block certain types of spam and tracking devices that people are using.
Ad blockers can be set to automatically block unwanted advertisements, which can help prevent people from being tracked online.
Users can set the settings to opt-out of these types of tracking by using a button on the Ad Blocker’s menu bar, or by using an opt-in button on a device.
While Ad Block is not perfect, it is a more reliable alternative to Adblock, according in the company’s blog post.
Ad blockers like Ad Block, however can’t always block all forms of spam or tracking.
Users need to make sure their devices are set to allow ad blockers to work, and also have a system in place to block ad blockers.
If the systems are not set up correctly, then ad blockers can cause unwanted problems.
The Ad Block Pro is a popular ad blocker that is available for Android and iOS devices. It blocks