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Online live blog on football matches in Czech media
Konvalina, Michal ; Trunečka, Ondřej (advisor) ; Macková, Veronika (referee)
The Bachelor thesis Online reporting on football matches as a format of sports journalism from a perspective of its authors describes online reporting as one of new types of sports journalism in the digital era and engages in forms of online reports in chosen Czech media outlets. The main method used while completing the thesis were semi-structured interviews with deputies of chosen media outlets. The main research topics were targeted on the beginnings and present state of live reporting in the particular media outlet, specifics of online reports and what does writing online reports require from their author and the use of multimedia and statistical databases. Based on collected data, the work describes similarities and differences between online reports that are caused by different way of creating those reports by particular media outlet.
Right to be Forgotten - Right to Privacy in the Internet Age
Váňa, Jan ; Kudrna, Jan (referee)
Right to be Forgotten - Right to Privacy in the Internet Age Abstract The first chapter of the diploma thesis aims to identify the threats to human privacy and forgetting that were brought on by the advancements in the field of information and communication technology in the recent decades. Both privacy and forgetting have important functions in the life of the individual, as well as on the societal level. The protection of those functions, whose analysis can be found in the second chapter of the diploma thesis, is one of the basic tasks of modern, liberal and democratic societies. Unless we want to leave the evolution of our civilization up to the technological developments and their often unforeseen (and unforeseeable) consequences, it is imperative that we systematically evaluate their impact on society. Such evaluations should then serve as bases for devising regulation (both legal and non- legal) that would eliminate or at least mitigate the identified societal threats. In the context of human privacy and forgetting, one of the outcomes of such an impact assessment and regulatory consideration is the right to be forgotten. This right can be seen as a legal instrument protecting the informational aspect of human privacy, or rather the informational self-determination of individuals, in the new reality...
Copyright and the Internet (liabilities, copyright law enforcement)
Šimáková, Zuzana ; Žikovská, Petra (advisor) ; Holcová, Irena (referee)
1 Abstract Copyrighted work on the Internet (liability of parties, enforcement of copyrights) The topic of this thesis is the legal regulation and protection of copyrighted works on the Internet with a focus on liability relations and subsequent copyright enforcement. The main purpose of this thesis is to analyze the relevant legislation, including EU legislation, and provide insight into this rapidly evolving topic. The thesis is divided into six chapters. The general part of the thesis, which consists of the first three chapters, defines the basic institutes and concepts that are related to the topic. The first chapter introduces the principles and characteristics of copyright and defines its main subject - the copyrighted work, including the various types of copyrighted works and ways of their use. The second chapter focuses on the Internet, both from a technical and legal point of view. The third chapter analyzes in more detail the individual entities that operate on the Internet. Particular attention is paid to the ISPs (Internet service providers), who have a significant influence in determining liability and copyright enforcement. The theoretical foundations are followed by the fourth chapter, which examines the specifics of the use of the copyrighted work on the Internet. This chapter presents the...
The concept of infidelity in online relationships
Dubišarová, Pavla ; Kotík, Michal (advisor) ; Aslan, Katarína (referee)
In this work, I have researched online infidelity, focusing on how it is understood and how it interferes with young people's relationships. The theoretical part relies mainly on the work of Anthony Giddens and Zykmund Bauman in transforming relationships, and Lynn Jamieson and Ziyad Marar in terms of exploring intimacy. Internet communication has some specifics different from the classic one that make dating quick and simple, creating the ideal environment for online infidelity. At the same time, it is not clear where the boundaries of this infidelity begin on the Internet, what is right in the relationship and what is already interfering with it. It is therefore necessary to find out what, specifically, young people think of as infidelity. The research was carried out using quantitative research and surveyed young people who had experienced a long-term relationship. The aim of this work is to find out how online technology disrupts couples' intimacy. What attitudes young people have about online infidelity, and whether paired intimacy and the occurrence of online infidelity in relationships are related. This was examined from the objective and subjective point of view of respondents. As part of online technologies that can disrupt a relationship, I have researched and compared attitudes towards...
Criminal Liability for the Dissemination of Illegal Content on the Internet
Kobyljanský, Adam ; Gřivna, Tomáš (advisor) ; Bohuslav, Lukáš (referee)
and keywords Thesis title: Criminal Liability for the Dissemination of Illegal Content on the Internet The presented thesis examines the issue of criminal liability for the dissemination of illegal content on the Internet. It approaches the topic at a general level in order to define the concept of illegal content on the Internet from the perspective of criminal law, analyze the mechanism of criminal liability in relation to the dissemination of illegal content and map the area of criminal liability for illegal content on the Internet at the level of its possible subjects. The thesis consists of three parts, which are formed by individual chapters. The first part of the thesis deals with the problem of the scope of law on the Internet and its possible solution, both in general and with emphasis on criminal law and the fight against cybercrime. This part of the thesis also identifies the specifics of the Internet environment when it comes to the application of law, which are essential for placing all other knowledge that the thesis brings into the overall context of the reality of the Internet. In its second part, the thesis focuses on the very mechanism of criminal liability, in relation to the responsibility for the dissemination of illegal content on the Internet. Criminal offenses enshrined in a...
Monetization of digital content in Czech media
Pavlović, Martin ; Klimeš, David (advisor) ; Shavit, Anna (referee)
This bachelor thesis focuses on the trend of direct monetization of digital newspaper content. At the beggining, it examines the development of monetizing and puts it in the context of media market transformations after the mass expansion of internet connection. Subsequently it explores other reasons that lead to the surge of paywalls, analyses particular approaches to direct monetization and discusses some aspects which affect the overall success of imposing fees. The theoretical part is concluded with a discussion about several problematic sides of direct monetization and defining some elemental techniques which publishers use to attract new subscribers. The practical part provides an analysis of digital subscription offers in selected Czech media and marketing activities which they use to support sales. Followingly, the work elaborates on its own survey which focused on attitudes of Czech readers towards paid internet content and their preferences regarding particular offers, such as price level or periodicity of subscription payments. As a part of the practical section, three interviews with media representatives were conducted and the acquired findings are used throughout the thesis.
Digitization and the Internet - disruptive technologies of television broadcasting
Bauerová, Bianka ; Jirák, Jan (advisor) ; Štoll, Martin (referee)
The diploma thesis Digitization and the Internet - Disruptive Technologies of Television Broadcasting discusses the changes in television forms. Emphasis is placed on the transformation of the market in the form of digitization, which subsequently also led to the intensive distribution of data within the Internet environment. The introductory part of the thesis is arched with theoretical support from the sides of economic and media approaches to the process of change. Their central motif deals with innovation or remediation. A closer description of the technologies themselves and their properties is not omitted either. Thanks to a closer description of the technologies themselves and their properties, it is possible to define the existence of imaginary boundaries of television. The second part of the work focuses specifically on the Czech landscape. It deals with the current state of legislation and the non-linear functions that the Internet has brought to television screens. At the practical level, the thesis focuses on alternative forms of television distribution in the Internet environment. The aim is to present the typical features and innovative elements of the disrupting technology of television broadcasting, which were defined in the theoretical part, on the example of the selected VOD...

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