How can I have Firefox automatically set tracking opt-out cookies?
I've recently updated from Firefox 60 from Firefox 52esr, which means I've lost all my trusty XUL add-ons. This includes Beef Taco (Targeted Advertising Cookie Opt-Out), which automatically set all of the tracking opt-out cookies from the NAI Consumer Opt-out page, even after cookies had been cleared. It appears that add-on has not been redeveloped as a WebExtension.
It's impractical for me to use the NAI page directly, since most of my cookies are cleared automatically when I exit my browser. Are there any newer solutions to setting those cookies automatically, or are tracking opt-outs no longer advised or necessary?
I'm continuously running Firefox Tracking Protection, uBlock Origin, set the Do-Not-Track header, etc. but I liked the idea of having the opt-out cookies as last-ditch defense if a tracker slipped through those defenses.