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Right to be forgotten as part of personality rights
Vítek, Dominik ; Elischer, David (advisor) ; Rozehnal, Aleš (referee) ; Šustek, Petr (referee)
Dominik Vítek 1 Abstract - Right to be forgotten as part of personality rights Right to be forgotten (or also right to oblivion) is a new phenomenon formed by the Court of Justice of the European Union in 2014 in the case of Google Spain. The right was then enacted as part of the General Data Protection Regulation and consequently became applicable throughout the EU and EEA since 25 May 2018. This thesis goes beyond the scope of personal data protection (under the GDPR) and considers whether the right to be forgotten forms a part of the personality and the right to privacy as such, thus being protected as a fundamental human right. On this basis, it also considers whether not only individuals but also legal entities could benefit from the right to be forgotten. These questions are assessed in view of the conflict of fundamental human rights and their proportionality test - right to privacy (also relying on and stemming from human inviolability and dignity) as balanced against other human rights, in particular, freedom to speech and freedom of information that need to be evaluated when performing the right be forgotten. It is also necessary to consider the purpose and fundamental principles of privacy and its protection and the purpose of forgetting and its meaning for individuals and society as a whole. All...
Disqualification of governing body members (and other persons) from their positions in a business corporation
Vítek, Dominik ; Čech, Petr (advisor) ; Pelikán, Robert (referee)
1 Abstract: Disqualification of governing body members (and other persons) from their positions in a business corporation As of 1 January 2014 a new act no. 90/2012 Coll., Business Corporations Act, has been effective in the Czech Republic. Among the other new legal instruments, the Act has incorporated a regulation of disqualification of governing body members (and other persons) from their positions in a business corporation. This master thesis aims at determination of particular grounds for the disqualification and impacts of its application. Further, persons who may be disqualified under the pursuant to the particular grounds are defined in the thesis. The aim of the thesis is to find a general rules governing the disqualification and to determine limits of its application. The thesis also defines other persons (positions) which the disqualified person will not be allowed to hold and perform due to the court's decision. The author uses descriptive and analytical methods to interpret the legal regulation, which is joined with comparison of Czech and British legislation as the British legislation was one of the main sources. The Act is interpreted based on grammatical, logical, teleological, systematic, and partially historical interpretation methods. Within the comparison the author focuses on the...
Disqualification of governing body members (and other persons) from their positions in a business corporation
Vítek, Dominik ; Čech, Petr (advisor) ; Pelikán, Robert (referee)
1 Abstract: Disqualification of governing body members (and other persons) from their positions in a business corporation As of 1 January 2014 a new act no. 90/2012 Coll., Business Corporations Act, has been effective in the Czech Republic. Among the other new legal instruments, the Act has incorporated a regulation of disqualification of governing body members (and other persons) from their positions in a business corporation. This master thesis aims at determination of particular grounds for the disqualification and impacts of its application. Further, persons who may be disqualified under the pursuant to the particular grounds are defined in the thesis. The aim of the thesis is to find a general rules governing the disqualification and to determine limits of its application. The thesis also defines other persons (positions) which the disqualified person will not be allowed to hold and perform due to the court's decision. The author uses descriptive and analytical methods to interpret the legal regulation, which is joined with comparison of Czech and British legislation as the British legislation was one of the main sources. The Act is interpreted based on grammatical, logical, teleological, systematic, and partially historical interpretation methods. Within the comparison the author focuses on the...

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