In a survey 300 web sites were reviewed and checked to see whether they collected personal information for relationships and target marketing, had established privacy policies, sent cookies and allowed people to visit without disclosing their identity. Taking into account the development of Internet interactivity the proposal of anonymous digital persons for marketing research was presented.
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