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A work produced by an employee, upon the order, and a collective work
Francová, Kamila ; Holcová, Irena (advisor) ; Křesťanová, Veronika (referee)
A work made by an employee, upon an order and a collective work Abstract This thesis deals with the topic of commissioned works protected by copyright; more specifically, with the issue of works made by employees, works made upon order and collective works. The aim of the thesis is to examine the Czech legal regulation of these works and assess how the Czech Copyright Act manages to balance the conflicting interests of the author on one side and the employer or ordering party on another. The thesis consists of six chapters. In order to put the issue of commissioned works in a broader context of the Czech copyright law, the introductory part of the thesis is dedicated to explanation of some of the essential principles and rationale of the Czech regulation of copyright, as these directly impact the regulation of commissioned works. The first chapter deals with the concept of a work protected by copyright (author's work). The second chapter clarifies the notion of author of the work within the meaning of the Czech Copyright Act. The third chapter concerns the subjective rights of the author of the work, especially the different nature of the economic and moral rights included in copyright. The fourth chapter is dedicated to the issue of commissioned works. Legal regulation of works made by employees, works...
European Court of Human Rights: its position and role in protection of personal rights of an individual including analysis of judgments and the influence on domestic judical decisions
Čejková, Michaela ; Křesťanová, Veronika (advisor) ; Holcová, Irena (referee)
1 Abstract European Court of Human Rights: its position and role in the protection of personal rights of an individual including analysis of judgments and the influence on domestic judicial decisions The thesis is divided into three parts. The first part is devoted to the theoretical background of the ECHR, its function within the Council of Europe, personal ground and analysis of statistics. The thesis is also focused on the procedural rules of proceeding, with emphasis on the filing of the complaint, its formal and substantive requirements and its compliance with the Convention. In this section, is also presented to the reader the procedure, the enforceability of the decisions and the renewal of the proceedings before the Constitutional Court of the Czech Republic. In the second part, the concept of personal rights and the Convention are presented in the light of the Article 8 and 10 of the Convention because these are the most important articles when it comes to personal rights. The third part is devoted mainly to the analysis of the case law of ECHR with a connection to the domestic case law. This part is further divided into three sections, protection of personal data, right to reputation and defamation and right to own portraits. The protection of personal data consists of two parts, call monitoring...
Protection of personal rights and the name of an individual and protection of good reputation, trade name and privacy of legal entities in media including analysis of judgements
Rozmánková, Anna ; Křesťanová, Veronika (advisor) ; Holcová, Irena (referee)
Protection of personality rights of individuals and the protection of reputation, name and privacy of legal persons in media, including case law analysis Abstract The thesis deals with the issue of protection of personality rights of individuals as well as personal rights of legal persons in media. Current decision-making practice of the European Court of Human Rights and Czech courts shall be considered as integral to this thesis. The thesis analyses not only theoretical questions relating personality rights of individuals and personal rights of legal persons, but it also reflects practical repercussions on legal remedies. It focuses mainly on reasonable compensation, defamation as well as the right to reply and supplementary statement. With regard to theme's timeliness the thesis also reflects on legal framework of exemption from internet service provider's liability in so-called new media under the Act No. 480/2004 Sb., about Certain Services of Information Companies, as subsequently amended. The thesis is divided into seven chapters and thematically related subheadings, and its introduction and final part. The first chapter defines the essential terms relating personality rights, personal rights and media. The second chapter provides the overview of relevant sources of law. The third chapter defines...
Harm to the natural rights of an individual
Svoboda, Marek ; Křesťanová, Veronika (advisor) ; Frinta, Ondřej (referee)
Harm to natural rights of an individual Abstract Findings collected in this rigorosum thesis confirm that functional and sensitive settings of the universal system of private law, which provides the legal protection of values connected naturally with human being against unlawful attacks, is an essential task for every civilized legal environment because the natural values connected with a human are really important. The text suggests that the conception of this legal protective system consisting of three cohesive components, namely the conception of an object of legal protection, civil liability, a list of protective rights), is shaped by findings, which have their origin in legal theory, written laws and case law. At the beginning of this rigorosum thesis I concentrate my attention on the first component of the legal protective system. Due to the elastic range of legal protection exclusively focused on human being as an individual, and as a person of law in the legal sense, it is allowed to try to achieve protection of all natural values of human being, that in the summary create the most personal, the innermost and the most intimate sphere of human being1 . This type of particular values has either a biological or psychological or sociological character. The substantive definition of the interest which is...
Protection of rights of third persons under the Press Act and the Broadcasting Act (reply supplementary statement, supplementary information) and protection of sources
Šonková, Tereza ; Křesťanová, Veronika (advisor) ; Holcová, Irena (referee)
The diploma thesis is concerned with specific legal instruments for protection of rights of third persons introduced by the media law in the Czech Republic. The aim is to provide a complex overview of the right to reply, supplementary statement, supplementary information and protection of sources. In order to do so, this thesis introduces the value basis of the legislation, characterizes all these instruments and the conditions under which they might be claimed and describes possible exercise of these rights in court. The thesis is divided into four chapters. The first chapter is focused on the constitutional background of the basic human rights of protection of personality as well as on the freedom of expression, including their legal base in international treaties. This chapter also describes the so-called proportionality test, which is used by the courts in cases where two basic human rights collide with each other. The second chapter deals with the sources for legislation regarding the protection of personality under Czech media law. The most significant rulings of the European Court of Human Rights are introduced in this chapter, i.e. the case of Von Hannover v. Germany and the case of Axel Springer AG v. Germany. This chapter is also concerned with the legislation of the European Union and...
Legal Protection of Works of Copyright on Social Networks
Kadlecová, Gabriela ; Holcová, Irena (advisor) ; Křesťanová, Veronika (referee)
Legal Protection of Works of Copyright on Social Networks This thesis is focused on the legal aspects of the works of copyright protection on social networks. The thesis in its introduction defines the term of social network, in particular as the service of the internet service provider, and furthermore it deals with the nature of the contractual relation between the social network service provider and its user. The thesis deals with the definition of 'work of copyright' in relation to social networks, while the rights of the author to his or her work of copyright published on the social network are defined. Furthermore, the thesis deals with the possibility of rightful use of the works of copyright published on the social networks by other entities than authors of such works. The thesis defines the scope of the licences provided to the social network service provider, another users of the social network and the to another non-user entities. In relation to this the thesis is based on the terms and conditions of the currently largest social networks (in the first place it is Facebook, followed by Instagram and YouTube) that are establishing content of the contractual relationship between the social network and its user. In its final part the thesis deals with the legal aspects of an unauthorised use...
Legal regulation of internet with a focus on the child protection
Meixnerová, Eva ; Křesťanová, Veronika (advisor) ; Holcová, Irena (referee)
Legal regulation of internet with a focus on the child protection This thesis deals with the legal protection of child online, specifically protection from inappropriate content and protection of privacy, respectively personal data protection. In introductory chapter, I briefly introduce the history of internet expansion in Czech Republic and summarize the results of EU Kids Online research. In second chapter, I firstly deal with the definition of the word child and follow with description of legal regulation of child's status in international conventions and Czech law (civil and penal code, administrative law, procedural law and media law including liability of information society service provider). The third chapter is dedicated to phenomena of inappropriate content. I briefly describe individual categories (violence and hazardous elements in computer games, pornographic content and parodies of child content) and then I evaluate how they are affected by legal regulation or if they are regulated by other means. In the most extended fourth chapter, I focus on privacy protection (personal data protection) of the child on the internet. The first part of chapter consists of three chosen judicial cases from Czech Republic that connect children, the internet and the privacy. The second part reviews...
Artificial intelligence and liability for its actions
Urban, Martin ; Holcová, Irena (advisor) ; Křesťanová, Veronika (referee)
Thesis title: Artificial intelligence and liability for its actions The artificial intelligence has recently become a ubiquitous phenomenon with a potential to change the world as we know it. Therefore, this thesis is concerned with the topic of artificial intelligence, specifically with a connection to a civil-law liability for its actions. It is absolutely clear that there will be more and more events in the future where damage will occur due to actions of artificial intelligence. Thus, the primary goal of this thesis is the determination of the person liable for damage caused in such cases under Czech law. Further goals of this thesis are an analysis of the question how is the dawn of autonomous cars influencing the legal instrument of liability for the damage caused by the operation of a means of transport as well as an introduction and examination of a recent resolution of the European Parliament which is supposed to serve as a basis for a future legal framework addressing the artificial intelligence in the area of the European Union. First, the paper focuses on the definition of the term artificial intelligence from a technical and legal viewpoint. This analysis shows that the definition of this term is not a straightforward one from neither of these viewpoints which can have serious...
Internet and copyright
Tuček, Jakub ; Holcová, Irena (advisor) ; Křesťanová, Veronika (referee)
The thesis titled "Internet and Copyright" focuses on the effects of copyright in the Internet environment and challenges that the Internet represents for traditional copyright. The main purpose of this thesis is to define the most frequent ways of use of author's works and exercise of copyright on the Internet and to analyse the current Czech and European legislation, to what extent it is applicable to and suitable for common situations in the Internet environment and what are the weaknesses of the legislation. The first two chapters serve as the introduction to the issue. While the first chapter is devoted to the Internet phenomenon in respect of its definition, legal regulation, significance at the present time and current issues related to its use, the second chapter includes some basic knowledge of copyright that is essential to understand for the purposes of further text of the thesis - in particular the definition of the author's work, the system of exceptions and limitations of copyright and the most important international and EU copyright laws. The third chapter could be considered the essential part of the thesis. This chapter first presents what forms of works we can find on the Internet, underlining the fact that the Internet as a whole is primarily composed of results of creative...
Selected aspects of protection of personality focused on new media
Holubová, Tereza ; Křesťanová, Veronika (advisor) ; Holcová, Irena (referee)
This diploma thesis deals with selected aspects of personality rights protection with focus on new media. It provides analysis of national and EU regulation and presents Czech and European case law on the topic. Deficiencies in laws governing this area and in practices used for protection of personality rights are highlighted as well. The first chapter focuses on the internet law, related phenomena and on the definition of the concept of new media. The following chapter introduces the notion of personality protection as embodied in the constitutional and civil law. Attention is focused on the human rights and on the different personality rights, such as right to protection of the name and appearance, right to dignity, honour and respect and right to privacy. Fake profiles on social media and automatic face recognition techniques are mentioned in this context. Chapter three provides a brief introduction to the data protection and targeted advertising. The following section deals with limitations of personality rights, particularly with conflicts between human rights, with legal licenses, permissions and with typical unlawful interference with personality rights, which can be encountered on the internet. The issue of defamation, hate speech and street view services is discussed in detail....

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