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Primary School Computer Network Design
Soukup, Dominik ; Petr,, ROZEHNAL (referee) ; Ondrák, Viktor (advisor)
This bachelor thesis focuses on the design of a functional computer network for a primary school in Hrušovany nad Jevišovkou. The thesis analyses the current state of the network and based on this analysis proposes its own solution. The aim is to create a network that will not only be functional, but also easily expandable and will fully meet the requirements of the investor.
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...
Protection of economic competition - block exemption for vertical agreements
Vohnický, Petr ; Horáček, Vít (advisor) ; Rozehnal, Aleš (referee)
The Master's thesis provides readers with a basic analysis of Commission Regulation 330/2010. The mentioned regulation confers a benefit of the so called block exemption on broad spectrum of vertical agreements including in this context also certain agreements among competing undertakings. Since agreements enjoying the benefit of the block exemption are presumed to meet criteria stipulated in Article 101 (3) TFEU, the block exemption eliminates legal uncertainty which undertakings whose agreements distort competition within the meaning of Article 101 (1) TFEU would otherwise face. It follows that it is not necessary to examine such agreements on its merits. Thus, transaction costs are reduced. Structure of the thesis is chosen so that it reflects three main questions concerning applicability of the block exemption, namely whether (i) an agreement falls within the scope of Commission Regulation 330/2010, whether (ii) it contains black clauses (hard-core restrictions) and whether (iii) it contains (non-severable) grey clauses. After a brief description of wider connections and general issues in Chapter One, in Chapter Two the thesis deals with the scope of Commission Regulation 330/2010 with respect to the notion of vertical agreement, the role of intellectual property rights, the treatment of...
Contractual terms aimed at the protection of a lending institution in the area of loans provided to corporations
Bártíková, Marta ; Liška, Petr (advisor) ; Rozehnal, Aleš (referee)
The thesis is focused on the analysis of legislation concerning loans and usage of contractual undertakings for the purpose of protection of the credit institution in the field of loans provided to corporations. Loan represent an economic tool that enables to provide a temporarily unused financial sources to another subject based on agreed terms and returnable character for the consideration in the form of interest payment. Corporation represent a form of legal person that is based on organized association of persons (physical and legal). The credit institution is exposed to a number of risks in relation to loans business. In the forefront it is exposed to the credit risk of non-payment of the debt by the debtor at maturity date mainly because of factual inability (deficient sources) to repay the debt. The credit institution is next to the credit risk exposed to other risks - liquidity risk, market risks (interest and exchange rate risk) and risk of changes of legislation (regulatory environment). Analysis of applicable contractual undertakings for the purpose of reduction of credit and other risks represent the main focus of the thesis. The thesis is in this context focused also on the economic aspects next to the legal issues, especially risk analysis beforehand of the application of the...
Protection of economic competition - block exemption for vertical agreements
Vohnický, Petr ; Horáček, Vít (advisor) ; Rozehnal, Aleš (referee)
The Master's thesis provides readers with a basic analysis of Commission Regulation 330/2010. The mentioned regulation confers a benefit of the so called block exemption on broad spectrum of vertical agreements including in this context also certain agreements among competing undertakings. Since agreements enjoying the benefit of the block exemption are presumed to meet criteria stipulated in Article 101 (3) TFEU, the block exemption eliminates legal uncertainty which undertakings whose agreements distort competition within the meaning of Article 101 (1) TFEU would otherwise face. It follows that it is not necessary to examine such agreements on its merits. Thus, transaction costs are reduced. Structure of the thesis is chosen so that it reflects three main questions concerning applicability of the block exemption, namely whether (i) an agreement falls within the scope of Commission Regulation 330/2010, whether (ii) it contains black clauses (hard-core restrictions) and whether (iii) it contains (non-severable) grey clauses. After a brief description of wider connections and general issues in Chapter One, in Chapter Two the thesis deals with the scope of Commission Regulation 330/2010 with respect to the notion of vertical agreement, the role of intellectual property rights, the treatment of...