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Copyright aspects in creation of webpages
Kempa, Petr ; Dobřichovský, Tomáš (referee)
The topic of this Master's degree thesis is Copyright aspects in creation of webpages. The reason for this topic was especially in general economic significance of webpages in this age, which is very often without appropriate consequences in contractual practice of its creation. The author realizes that problematic of the webpages creation brings whole range of legal issues so he has to focus on creation of the one part of webpages to make beneficial academic and legal practice outcomes. Author's decision was to deal with content management system, which is in his opinion the most important part of the majority of current webpages. It was necessary to lay down an elementary terminology in the beginning of the thesis in order to comprehend all legal issues in essential technical context. Another reason is that some legal conclusions required also non-legal (technical) knowledge. Following chapter of the thesis analyzes legal nature of webpages in respect of technical context. The fourth chapter is core of the thesis and deals with analysis of content management system's legal nature as computer program and with its creation in copyright perspective. First of all this chapter provides analysis of the requirements that the computer programs have to fulfill in order to obtain the copyright protection. Moreover...
Software piracy
Boubel, Marian ; Dobřichovský, Tomáš (referee)
Software piracy Abstract This diploma thesis is focused on the topic of "Software piracy", especially with regard to the legal regulation of the Czech legal order, primarily to the regulation of the Act No. 121/200 Coll., on Copyright and Rights Related to Copyright and on Amendment to Certain Acts (the Copyright Act), as amended. The main goal of this diploma thesis is to describe in complexity the software piracy, its types and present the individual kinds of malware, with regard to the two possible approaches to the topic. Formally, the thesis is divided into eight chapters which are further divided into individual subchapters. The first chapter is devoted to a brief outline of the history and current trends in software piracy. The second chapter deals with the definition of the term software and describes the basic properties of computer programme. In the third chapter, individual areas of the legal protection of computer programmes are described, i.e. areas of international law, European law, and copyright, administrative and criminal law of the Czech Republic. There are also briefly presented some other forms of legal protection of software, such as contract-based protection or patent protection of software. The fourth chapter discusses the categorization of software with regard to the individual...
Collective management in the context of modern technologies
Smolka, Lucie ; Dobřichovský, Tomáš (referee)
COLLECTIVE MANAGEMENT IN THE CONTEXT OF MODERN TECHNOLOGIES MGR. BC. LUCIE SMOLKA, PH.D. The thesis focuses on transformation of the role of collective management in the online world. The main goal and the research question that this work sets is to analyse and provide an answer to the question how the collective management and its position changes depending on modern technologies (especially the Internet). Within this main research question, two tendencies are observed, two main areas influenced by the general characteristics of copyright, reflected in the functioning of collective management in the environment of modern technologies. An aspect that permeates the work is the view of copyright territoriality and its influence and its changes regarding the collective management. The goal is to find out how the application and perception of the principles of territoriality is changing in a context of ever-increasing intersection of copyright and modern technologies. In addition to the general features of collective management, in connection with the territoriality, we will concentrate on multi-territorial licensing instruments, which were introduced, despite the previous efforts, only through the Collective Management Directive. The second examined feature and an important principle is the autonomy...
The Concept of a Work in Copyright Law
Tuláček, Jan ; Kříž, Jan (advisor) ; Srstka, Jiří (referee) ; Dobřichovský, Tomáš (referee)
132 The Concept of a Work in Copyright Law Abstract The theme of the work is the author's creation , it's concept in the legal definition and further in the meta-legal sense,ie as defined by the authors's work of art,on the one hand by artists ,on the other by artistic institutions . And, the related delimitation of this concept,it's limits or extensions.On the one hand ,the concept of an author's work seems to be expanding in practice,on the other hand, it narrows,as i will explain. This means that I must first take a closer look at the concept of a work in the sense of copyright law.It is a central concept of the entire copyright law,however ,and perhaps because of this,its definition under this law is very vague. After the introduction ,where I tried to think about the definition and practical possibilities of legal science ,in the 1 Chapter I deal with the legal definition of the concept of the work in general and then the concept of the author's work. I think its legal definition, to a certain extent,revolves around a circle,the author 's work is the result of the author's creative activity and the author is the person creating the author's work. It doesn't make much sense.and historically However, this corresponds to the definition according to the authors convention and historically the definition is...
Development trends in trademart law
Šimice, Adam ; Růžička, Michal (advisor) ; Dobřichovský, Tomáš (referee)
Development Trends in Trademark Law Abstract This thesis deals with the development trends in trademark law in terms of the development of the subject matter of trademark law, i.e. trademarks. In particular, it seeks to answer three questions. Firstly, what are the trends of the development of trademark law from the point of view of the subject matter of trademark law. Secondly, whether the abolition of the requirement of graphic representation has the effect on the development of trademarks as intended by Directive (EU) 2015/2436 of the European Parliament and of the Council. And thirdly, what development of the subject matter of trademark law can be expected in the future. This thesis tries to answer these questions with the help of legal regulations, professional literature, methodological guidelines and decision-making practice of courts and competent authorities. The thesis is divided into six chapters, which are then divided into subchapters. The first chapter theoretically deals with the trademark as such. It focuses mainly on the position of trademark law within the framework of intellectual property law, important trademark principles and the functions of a trademark. The first chapter ends with an analysis of the relationship between trademark law and the law against unfair competition. The second...
A comparison of the authorial work in the legislation of the Czech Republic and the United Kingdom
Havránek, Jan ; Dobřichovský, Tomáš (advisor) ; Holcová, Irena (referee)
A comparison of the approach to authorial works in the legal systems of the Czech Republic and the United Kingdom The thesis is dedicated to the comparison of the treatment of works of authorship in the legal systems of Czech Republic and United Kingdom. The goal of the text is to firstly explain the basis and evolution of both systems, and subsequently to describe and compare their basic conceptual attributes and institutes. The first step is the embedding of both systems into a philosophical and historical framework. Then follows a cross section of the most import international sources of law which affect both systems. While discussing the supranational influences on the subject the most space is dedicated to the law-making and case law of the European union. The described judgements are mostly concerned with the definition of a work and its originality as viewed under union law. This section of the thesis aims to explain the framework both systems are set in and the influence of supranational organizations and treaties. The following part is dedicated to the respective treatment of authorial works in both countries and it compares the individual elements of both systems. The matter of the British "closed list" approach is discussed in contrast to the non-exhaustive list used by the Czech...
Using photographs in marketing campaigns on social networks
Doleželová, Simona ; Císařová, Zuzana (advisor) ; Dobřichovský, Tomáš (referee)
Title of the Master's Thesis: Using photographs in marketing campaigns on social networks Abstract: This master's thesis focuses on the issue of authorship of the photographs used in marketing campaigns on social networks. For the purpose of dealing with this matter, the thesis defines how the company which is willing to use the photographs in marketing campaigns on social networks, should act so that there wouldn't be any violation of authorship of photographer or any violation of the photographed person's rights. The thesis also specifies the matter of another author's work that could pose as a theme of a photography. The thesis deals with the issue of in which circumstances could the photography be used on social networks. The text of this thesis itself is divided into eight chapters. At first the topic of photography is specified not only from historical side but also from the legal point of view. Moreover, there are individual aspects of authorship related to photography as authorship and photographer's right. Text of this master's thesis defines personal and property rights to photograph. The thesis also deals with restrictions associated with capturing someone or somebody else's belonging in the photo. It also describes the issue of usage of a photography without author's permission and mainly with...
IP law in computer games
Tauber, Matyáš ; Dobřichovský, Tomáš (referee)
Intellectual property in computer games Abstract The topic of this thesis is the issue of video games in intellectual property rights. Although their economic potential is the largest of all sectors of the leisure industry, there are many unanswered legal questions on this issue. The work focuses on intellectual property, especially on copyright, but also on industrial property rights. The focus of the thesis is the legal analysis of individual elements of the video game, their legal classification and subsumption of the video game as such under the legal regulation of the Czech Republic. At the end of the thesis are reflections de lege ferenda on how a video game should be regulated in the Czech law. The work is divided into eight parts, chapters and subchapters. The first part of the thesis is devoted to the video game industry and its situation in the Czech Republic. The second part defines the concept of video games, which is not reflected in Czech law. Part three comprises of inclusion of video game under the existing Czech legislation. The following fourth part of the thesis is the structure of the video game and the definition of its elements. The fifth part of the thesis analyzes the authorship of the video game, how it originates, to which parts of the video game the authorship applies and to what...
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...
The distinguishing role of trademark
Volek, David ; Růžička, Michal (advisor) ; Dobřichovský, Tomáš (referee)
The Distinctive Function of Trademark Abstract The main aim of this thesis is to define the trademark, the functions it performs, and thoroughly analyse the distinctive function, especially its manifestations in law and decision- making practice. In addition to scientific literature, it is based on decisions of the Industrial Property Office, EUIPO and the Court of Justice of the European Union in particular. The introductory part is devoted to the trademark as a right to a sign, focusing on its history, definition and basic principles. In order to better understand trademark law, it also briefly defines other rights to signs. The second chapter deals with the various functions of the trademark, namely the distinctive, prohibitive, competitive, assuring and promotional functions. The third part is focused on distinctive character, especially its relation to distinctive function and the difference between inherent and acquired distinctive character. It also categorizes signs according to the degree of distinctive character and analyzes the impact of use on the distinctive character of a trademark, namely enhanced distinctiveness, good reputation and general renown, and their demonstration in opposition proceedings. The fourth chapter deals with the legal regulation of refusal to register a trademark due to...

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