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Open Data, Open Source and Law
Končitý, Patrik ; Míšek, Jakub (referee) ; Myška, Matěj (advisor)
This bachelor thesis is focused on the area of open data and open source software. The practical output is the creation of an application that will be distributed under an open source license and will use open data. The theoretical part of the thesis describes the juristical aspects that arise when the programme is created, and also is here explained czech and european legislation. It also describes here the term of free and open source software, types of authorship, author's rights or special rights of the database maker. In the next passage, we will speak about the licence and then the public license under which the application will be distributed is described. Next is a chapter, which dealing with specific problems related to copyright protection. The second part of the theoretical work addresses open data. First is clarified this term and then EU and Czech legislation is listed, which is linked to open data. Then attention is focused on data openness formats and ways of providing open data. Finally, specific problems that may arise when using open data are listed. The next part of the bachelor thesis deals with practical output, an android application that meets the definition of free and open source software. Data analysis is performed here first. After The analysis is here chapter of the selection of a suitable data set and then the conditions for the use of data sets are analyzed. In next chapters, the technical side of things is already more addressed. A choice of platform, language and development environment is described, which public license we choose for distribution and a platform and where will be the distributed the application. The app functionality chapter describes the intended functionality and structure of the app. The last chapter describes the application solution itself. The principle of main parts for the application, such as creating tables, chart or implementing quiz, is described here.
Exceptions for Cultural Heritage Institutions under the Copyright Directive in the Digital Single Market
Koščík, Michal ; Myška, Matěj (spoluautor prezentace)
On the 17th of April 2019, the EU Directive 2019/760 on copyright in the digital single market entered into force. The directive responds to the development of digital technology that enabled new uses of copyrighted works. The paper focuses on the exception for making copies of works by cultural heritage institutions (introduced it the Art. 6) and rules for using available out-of-commerce works (described in the Art. 8). The two legal concepts described above are selected for further analysis due to their relevance for the day-to-day operation of every library, archive or repository.
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Impact of the Directive on Copyright in the Digital Single Market on Libraries and Repositories
Myška, Matěj
For libraries and repositories, the articles regulating new exceptions and limitations are the most relevant in the newly adopted Directive on Copyright in the Digital Single Market. This contribution however will focus on other provisions (in particular measures to achieve a well-functioning market for copyright, i.e. Article 17, concerning the use of protected content by online content-sharing service providers and Article 15 on protection of press publications). The paper gives an overview and a critical analysis of the potential impact of these provisions and explores the possibilities of the Czech legislator in their implementation.
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Right to Information and Open Data
Gáliková, Miriam ; Myška, Matěj (referee) ; Míšek, Jakub (advisor)
The bachelor thesis deals with the issue of the right to information and open data. The theoretical part of the thesis describes the basic concepts and legal aspects of open data in terms of current domestic and European legislation. The theoretical part continues with description of obstacles in data provision and outlines possible solutions. Subsequent re-use of public sector information is demonstrated by the web application, which is the main output of the practical part of the thesis. The web application is based on data sets that are provided as open data. At the same time, the practical part of the thesis deals with legal analysis of selected data and description of web application implementation.
Providing Public Access to Theses and Copyright Law
Myška, Matěj
The paper presents a basic overview of the issue of providing access to theses from copyright’s perspective. The first part introduces the meaning and purpose of this copyright limitation as well as the development of legal regulation. Attention is paid to the identification of individual interests that might conflict due to its application. The second part deals with the current legislation and identifies its problems, especially the ones related to providing online access to theses. The last part proposes possible solutions to these problems.
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Free software licenses
Mazánek, Pavel ; Míšek, Jakub (referee) ; Myška, Matěj (advisor)
The aim of this bachelor thesis is to deal with the topics related to public software licenses, their use, their properties in the form of specific contractual agreements (license aspects), mutual compatibility and followingly take this information and systemize it of a form of an information portal, which is the practical output of this thesis. At the beginning of the thesis, the current issue of why public software licenses are used today and how they are legally perceived is examined. Emphasis is placed on Czech law in the context of civil code and copyright law and with them associated licensing agreements, since the vast majority of the license terms of the world-wide used free software licenses is only written in English, and the terminology is based on the United States legal system. Consequently, the nomenclature and the necessary terms for working with the license terms are unified. In the main part of the thesis specific licenses are selected according to their relative usage and their characteristics based on relevant market surveys. These chosen licenses and their license agreements are analyzed more in-depth. Specific contractual agreements of said license agreements are expanded upon whilst being named in the thesis as “license aspects”. In the practical part of the thesis is described a solution for a web information portal, which should serve the laic as an initial view on the issue of public software licenses. The site addresses the issues of selecting a specific public software license for its original work (software), introducing specific licenses and comparing them based on analyzed licensing aspects, compatibility of more public software licenses in a larger composite software unit in which the individual software components of the whole are licensed under various public software licenses. Also, the consequences of choosing one of the selected public software licenses for the future of the software are described. At the end of the thesis, the vision of the future information portal, its expansion with other functionalities and its overall possible improvement based on feedback from the public are also presented.
Orphan works and out-of-commerce works after the copyright act amendment
Myška, Matěj
The proposed contribution will focus on the changes brought by the last major amendment to the Czech Copyright Act (Act No. 102/2017 Coll.) for the GLAM sector. Specifi cally, it will focus on the issue of orphan works and out-of-commerce works. This contribution shall undertake a basic analysis of the new legal regulation, present its limits and its impact on the practice. Attention will be also paid to the forthcoming changes in this area in the legal acts of the European Union, in particular the proposal for a Directive on copyright in the digital single market.
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Text and Data Mining of Grey Literature for the Purpose of Scientific Research
Myška, Matěj
The paper explores the legal possibilities of users to text and data mine repositories of grey literature for scientific research without the consent of the GL repository operator and right holders of the documents contained therein. Firstly the scope of the respective copyright and sui generis database rights exceptions for scientifi c research is analyzed. Secondly the term “scientific research” and its meaning in the regulatory instruments is explored. Lastly the debated mandatory exception for TDM for scientific research is introduced.
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Legal aspects of primary scientific results
Myška, Matěj
This contribution focuses on the legal aspects of raw grey literature that is understood as yet to be published, interim or incomplete scientific results like raw primary data or drafts of scientific articles. Specifically the contribution deals with two problematic areas: 1) liability for damages resulting from inadequate (or even forbidden) use of the results and possibilities of limitation thereof; 2) ownership of such grey literature and contractual possibility to dispose therewith after it has been offered to official publication (i.e. the copyright issues of pre-prints, post-prints and publisher’s edition).
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Creative Commons 4.0
Myška, Matěj
The paper will focus on the new Creative Commons 4.0 licences and the possibilities and limits of their use in making gray literature available in the context of the recodification of private law in the Czech Republic.
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