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Title: Compliment normatiu de l'ús de galetes als llocs web
Author: Castro Mayorgas, Juan Alberto
Tutor: Jove Canela, Albert  
Others: Isern-Deya, Andreu Pere  
Abstract: Cookies facilitate and improve the browsing experience of users, but they are also one of the most effective ways to collect information from them. To evaluate the degree of protection of the users when they are browsing the Internet, the degree of legal compliance of the web pages with respect to the use of cookies has been analyzed. To assess the level of regulatory compliance, a sample of 546 web pages grouped into 23 categories has been selected and an analysis has been made based on the result of an evidence collection tool. In 300 of them, a visual analysis has been carried out that has evaluated, through the application of 12 controls, the management of consent and the provision of information. According to the results of the visual analysis, about 38% of the pages have an adaptation level below 5 (on a scale of 10), where the "Sports" category has obtained the lowest score. At the top, the categories "Finance" and "Arts and Entertainment" are the most valued. Information provision reaches the highest level (about 90%) and consent reconfiguration accessibility reaches the lowest level. The analysis of the data collected by the evidence tool has shown that although there has been no consent, about 6000 cookies with a defined duration have been detected. Its classification has made it possible to complement the results obtained in the visual analysis and identify the pages with more and less regulatory compliance.
Keywords: galetes
Document type: info:eu-repo/semantics/masterThesis
Issue Date: Jun-2023
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