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Development and implementation of information systems - copyright and related aspects
Cholasta, Roman ; Dobřichovský, Tomáš (advisor) ; Holcová, Irena (referee)
Development and implementation of information systems - copyright and related aspects Abstract This thesis "Development and implementation of information systems - copyright and related aspects" as indicated in its title focuses on copyright and related aspects which are relevant in information systems development and implementation projects. The thesis is divided into seven chapters. After the first chapter which is an introduction the second chapter follows in which the author provides the main definition of this thesis - information system as well as other terms which this thesis utilizes and legal definitions cannot be relied upon. Computer programs are focused on the most in this thesis but other parts of information systems are mentioned as well (particularly databases, graphic user interface and other parts). Chapter three follows with definitions of the most important parts of information systems and means of their protection by the law. One of the subchapters is dedicated to the topic of forms of computer program as the key part of an information system, limitations of author's rights as well as databases. The thesis also offers ideas concerning impact on copyright when using the modern machine learning technology. The fourth chapter describes relevant copyright aspects regarding development of...
Software piracy
Cholasta, Roman ; Dobřichovský, Tomáš (advisor) ; Císařová, Zuzana (referee)
The main target of this thesis is to outline the issues connected with software piracy to the reader. To clarify this issue some legal background connected with software needs to be explained. First it is necessary to define what software is and clarify its connection with a computer program. Next step is to define a computer program, which parts of it are protected and which parts are not. In order to define what is software piracy the thesis defines a rightful use of a computer program. After that it is possible to define software piracy and take a closer look at it. Also in the conclusion there are some current issues in this area that have a significant impact on the perception of software piracy by the public. This thesis is divided into ten chapters. The introduction outlines the issues of software law and software piracy and attempts to clarify the origin of this issue considering a new borderless area - the internet. The second chapter deals with the terms software and computer program, their relation and the differences and also with other terms which are used in this thesis including the legal source of a computer program with an overview of the current case law of the European Union Court of Justice. The third chapter is focused on a computer program as an object of law together with...

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