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Copyright protection of architectural work, current development trends
Güttlerová, Alice ; Žikovská, Petra (advisor) ; Křesťanová, Veronika (referee)
Title of thesis Copyright protectionof architectural work, current developmental trends Abstract This thesis explores the concept and protectionof architectural work and developmental trends in this legal area in the Czech Republic with respect to the valid copyright legislation. Architectural work is a work expressedthrough an architectural drawing,study, project documentation or a model, whereas in the absolute majority of cases the building itself is a reproduction of the architectural work. Subsequently, architectural work in the form of a building cannot be equated to the legislative term of architectural work in the sense of the copyright law. The work may be protected as architectural work only in the case that it fulfills the conceptual traits of author's work stipulated by the copyright law. These are defined both positively as well as negatively whereas the copyright law exempts some author's work from the copyright protection.Accordingtothe copyright law architectural workis definedas unique work of art which is the result of the creative work of an author and is expressed in an objectively perceivable form. Copyright therefore does not protect architectural ideas (concepts,notions) as such, but only their outer expression.The value of the work and its social significance is not decisive for the...
Exercise of copyright by a person other than the author (of author's heirs)
Řezáčová, Veronika ; Císařová, Zuzana (advisor) ; Žikovská, Petra (referee)
of the diploma thesis The exercise of copyright by a person other than the author (heir of the author) The diploma thesis The exercise of copyright by a person other than the author (heir of the author) deals with the Czech legal framework of a work created by an employee and a collective work in terms of their specific position in the Czech legal framework resulting from the legal restriction of the exercise of the exclusive economic rights of an author and partly the exclusive moral rights of an author of a work within broader context with the German legal framework of a work created by an employee and a collective work, and with the legal framework copyright of the United States of America, especially a work created by employee under the legal doctrine "Work made for hire" and a collective work. The aim of the diploma thesis is to anchor the Czech legislation in a broader sense by including the conservative German legislation based on the continental legal system and by including the legislation of the United States of America symptomatic of the common legal system. The first chapter, based on the conceptual framework of the continental and the common legal system, incorporates the concept of the authorship, the position of the author and the author's work in the Czech Republic, Germany and the...
Law and Artificial Intelligence
Němec, Daniel ; Holcová, Irena (advisor) ; Žikovská, Petra (referee)
1 Law and Artificial Intelligence Abstract At present, the legal order of the Czech Republic is not directly concerned with artificial intelligence, even though the first technologies and systems based on it are already appearing. However, a number of soft law materials (strategies, plans and declarations) issued both by the Czech authorities and also within the European Union (especially by the European Commission) deal with artificial intelligence. Both Czech and EU materials are outlined in the thesis and are considered in further research. The aim of this thesis is to evaluate the actual needs to deal with artificial intelligence from a legal point of view and whether the current legislation is sufficient and applicable to artificial intelligence systems. After the introductory part, the thesis gives an overview of the history of artificial intelligence and its development, tries to define the term of artificial intelligence and related terms (algorithm, machine learning, deep learning) and then examines whether artificial intelligence can be included under some legal concepts (categories) already existing (artificial intelligence as a computer program, thing, product, computer virus and more). Furthermore, the thesis discusses the development and research of artificial intelligence, including ethical...
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...
Protection of industrial property to indications and international law
Brunclíková, Lenka ; Dobřichovský, Tomáš (advisor) ; Žikovská, Petra (referee)
Protection of industrial rights to mark and international law Abstract The topic of this thesis is the Protection of industrial rights to mark and international law. Industrial rights to mark have become a common part of our lives whether it is from the position of a consumer who purchases the goods or services protected by these industrial rights to mark, or from the position of an entrepreneur who introduces products to the market. The aim of this thesis is to analyse the legal regulation, especially the international one, and to give a clear explanation of this dynamically evolving issue. In order to achieve this aim, the thesis is divided into seven chapters. The first chapter is devoted to the gradual development of industrial rights to mark explaining how these rights gained in importance over time and how the first laws establishing their protection were created. The second chapter lists the individual international agreements that regulate industrial rights to mark. Furthermore, the contribution to current practice of every international agreement is explained. The third chapter is devoted to the general characteristics of trademarks and aims to describe the issue of trademarks and their functions. Moreover, it defines the types of trademarks since especially after the effectiveness of the amendment...
A comparison of the authorial work in the legislation of the Czech Republic and the United Kingdom
Mik, Petr ; Dobřichovský, Tomáš (advisor) ; Žikovská, Petra (referee)
A comparison of the authorial work in the legislation of the Czech Republic and the United Kingdom Abstract The thesis compares authorial work in the legislation of the Czech Republic and the United Kingdom. The International copyright framework is briefly introduced. Further, the thesis examines the concept of Authorial work in the legislation of the European Union and established decision praxis of the Court of Justice of the European Union. An objective of the thesis is to find key differences between the requirements for the protection of the authorial works within the compared legislations, to describe those differences and to find out whether a similar protection is offered to the authorial works. The first part of the thesis provides a theoretical introduction to the concept of the authorial work and delineates an international context of the topic. The most important international copyright treaties are scrutinized with the special emphasis on the Bern Convention and the authorial work in the legislation of the EU. The second part compares the domestic approaches to the authorial works in both national Copyright Acts. Also, it identifies the most important requirements for the copyright protection. The final part is focused on thorough comparison of the three most important requirements for the...
Comparison of the protection of personal data protection pursuant to Act No.101/2000 Coll. and GDPR
Jankrlová, Šárka ; Dobřichovský, Tomáš (advisor) ; Žikovská, Petra (referee)
Comparison of the protection of personal data protection pursuant to Act No. 101/2000 Coll. and GDPR Abstract The diploma thesis deals with two legal regulations that are connected in time. Both these legislation issue of personal data protection. The first piece of legislation is Act No. 101/2000 Coll., On the protection of personal data (hereinafter the Act), which was the implementation of Directive 95/46 / EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 24 October 1995 on the protection of individuals personal data and the free movement of such data. The second piece of legislation discussed is Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016 on the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data and repealing Directive 95/46 / EC ). The thesis is divided into thirteen chapters. First, it contains a brief historical development of the area of personal data protection worldwide and in the Czech Republic. In chapters 2 - 12, it gradually describes the institutes regulated by the law and the same intitutes regulated by the general regulation and compares in what the current legislation differs from the old regulation, or in what it remains the same. It also analyzes whether the specific changes...
Copyrighted work and advertising
Vojtovič, Jakub ; Císařová, Zuzana (advisor) ; Žikovská, Petra (referee)
The Aim of this thesis is to link the theoretical aspects of copyright with its practical use. Specifically it is an analysis of relationship between copyright and advertising. In the thesis I am trying to find an answer for two main questions. First, if it is possible to grant a copyright protection to an advertisement and if so, then it is my goal to discover its usefulness. Second, the other answer should be based on analysis of preexisting copyrighted works used in advertisement. The thesis is divided into 8 chapters which consist of other sub- chapters. The first chapter is dedicated to copyright, its legal framework and analysis of historical and social background of its development. The second chapter is focused on advertising. Since the definition of advertising offered by the Czech laws is insufficient for the purpose of this thesis I decided to offer a marketing point-of-view to clarify the subject. The third chapter offers an analysis of current legislation of copyrighted work in the Czech Republic. The fourth chapter represents the first encounter of the two ostensibly unrelated topics: advertising and copyright. This chapter also presents a copyrighted work as a new notion while focusing on its creation and purpose. Here, we can also find a small turnoff to a copyright legislation of...
Copyrighted work and advertising
Piskačová, Bára ; Císařová, Zuzana (advisor) ; Žikovská, Petra (referee)
Copyrighted work and advertising This diploma thesis explores the field of intellectual property law and deals with the current legal regulation of copyrighted work and advertising. The thesis aspires to introduce the basic attributes of the individual legislative regulations of the concepts of copyrighted work and advertising and to show the basis on which works are protected by the Copyright Act, what rights the authors have concerning their works and how can this issue be reflected in the process of creating advertising. At its core the thesis discusses the relationship between the copyrighted work and advertising and points out the factual intersection and proximity of these two areas. This thesis also looks into the decisions of Czech courts in the area of copyright infringement when using a specific foreign copyrighted work in advertising. The thesis consists of an introduction, which presents the topic to the reader, and continues to introduce the two main areas, the copyrighted work and advertising, which are further divided into 8 chapters. The first chapter describes the systematic incorporation of the copyright law in the field of intellectual property law, the constitutional basis which the copyright law relies upon and intangible assets, as the subject of protection of this legal...
Fashion Law
Josefiková, Denisa ; Žikovská, Petra (advisor) ; Císařová, Zuzana (referee)
The aim of this thesis is to introduce fashion law as a cross-cutting legal branch which concerns many legal branches. In this work, the author focuses mainly on the regulation of the intellectual property law, which is absolutely crucial given the fact that the products of the fashion industry are the results of artistic creation. The introduction of the thesis is devoted to the history of the fashion law in the world and in the Czech Republic. The merit for the development and expansion of fashion law into awareness in Czech Republic belongs to The Czech Fashion Law Association. Further attention is focused on the design, its detailed conceptual and legal specification and familiarization with its types. Further on, the thesis deals with copyright protection of the copyright work. Copyright protection can be applied due to uniqueness and artistical value of the pieces. Particularly we speak about works of applied art, which are characterised by meeting the requirements of the daily needs except aesthetics impression. Industrial design protection is suitable for example for the protection of textile designs or the general original looks of products that fashion brands need to protect. The thesis is focusing on conditions, which need to be fulfilled for industrial design registration. It also...

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