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Development of tourism in Czechoslovakia between 1965 and 1975
Kuželka, Kryštof ; Chalupecký, Petr (advisor) ; Fabianková, Klára (referee)
This bachelor thesis addresses the development of primarily foreign tourist industry at the turn of 60s and 70s in Czechoslovakia. This particular period is interesting especially due to political and social changes taking place. The first chapter describes relaxation of the regime rules and consequently the intervention which resulted in so called normalization. The following chapter focuses on the development of both active and passive tourist industry in connection to the Czechoslovak history, starting at the end of the World War I. While the third chapter analyzes prerequisites for travelling abroad, the next-to-last chapter compares statistical data of active and passive tourist industry and based on that offers a series of conclusions. The final part deals with the organization of tourism in Czechoslovakia and looks further at the role of the biggest Czechoslovak travelling agency of that time, Čedok.
Data warehouse in the Amazon Web Services
Kuželka, Kryštof ; Palovská, Helena (advisor) ; Pour, Jan (referee)
The primary objective of this work is to investigate the potential of utilizing Hadoop and Amazon Redshift in the Amazon Web Services ("AWS") cloud, in order to design and implement a data warehouse, the efficacy of which will be tested afterwards. Contributions of this work include: documenting the technologies in the AWS cloud in Czech, demonstration of the design and performance tests of the data warehouse and the ETL part. Another considerable benefit is the added value to the company for whom the project was designed, and which is currently using the output of the project.
Copyright in the digital age
Kuželka, Kryštof ; Pavlíček, Antonín (advisor) ; Smutný, Zdeněk (referee)
This work is devoted to analysis of the purposes of copyright using analysis of copyright history, current and proposed legal acts and recent lawsuits. It shows that one of the purposes, the one that is mostly the subject of the lawsuits, is the entertainment industry's effort to restrict copying and sharing of digital works to the public. The last part of the thesis offers a solution. The first part analyzes the very concept of copyright, what are the grounds of its protection, and what has changed with the start of the digital age. In the next section there is description and summary of the world's two most important legal acts in the area of copyright protection -- DMCA, representing an act that is in force and ACTA, representing a proposed act. Next section shows the impact of those acts using recent lawsuits divided according to their substance. This section is also showing unjustifiability of some purposes of the copyright protection, especially protection of the right to copy and share. The last part of this thesis introduces a model, which is using the Creative Commons and crowdfunding, and an application that would allow the public to share and copy digital works without limitations while ensuring remuneration to authors.

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