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Abuse of dominance on the internet
Netrval, Daniel ; Navrátil, Petr (advisor) ; Svobodová, Magdaléna (referee)
1 Abuse of dominance on the internet Abstract The topic of the thesis is the traditional competition law delict of abuse of dominant position, but on the internet. The first, theoretical, chapters of the thesis focus on the development of the concept of abuse of dominance in the European Union law during the past decades. Subsequently, they describe the digital market, its specifics and defining characteristics. The next part of this thesis uses this information to describe the specifics of competition law regulation in relation to internet services. In particular, the specifics of the definition of relevant markets and market power are analysed. The practical part of the thesis deals with a case study of two European Commission decisions. Namely, the merger decision in Case COMP/M.7217 - Facebook / WhatsApp and the abuse of dominance decision in Case AT.39740 - Google Search (Shopping). The first decision was chosen because it provides a good example of definition of the relevant markets in relation to internet services, where the Commission had to define the relevant product market based on product characteristics. The antitrust decision is then described in the light of its complexity and the judicial review that has already taken place. It also touches the issue of self-preferencing as, in principle, a...
"The End of the Waves of Modern Terrorism? A Revisionist Analysis on a Fluid Concept"
Benito Olmos, Martina ; Střítecký, Vít (advisor) ; Karásek, Tomáš (referee)
Benito Olmos, Martina Abstract Terrorism is a resilient phenomenon that has fascinated policy-makers and academics for centuries and gained particular attention after the events of 9/11 in the United States. The 21st century has seen significant changes in society that have equally impacted terrorism. The ignition of the post-modern era changes the way people think, behave, and communicate with one another, influencing terrorist trends as well. Examining the latest tendencies in society and their effects on terrorism, the thesis explores David C. Rapoport's influential Wave Theory on Modern Terrorism to evaluate its validity in representing the current post-modern reality. Rapoport provided a highly acclaimed model to understand modern terrorism according to a set of characteristics. Operationalising these factors, the author organised transnational terrorism into four consecutive waves. The Wave Theory has inspired other academics to speculate on the possibility of future waves. Providing an extensive literature review analysis and secondary data description on this topic, this thesis interlinks social trends with terrorist patterns. Furthermore, it attempts to introduce new measuring factors to better analyse and represent post-modern terrorism. Concluding from the mix-methods of qualitative secondary...
Travel publicistic journalism in the era of new media and multimedia platforms
Strasmajer, Matěj ; Géla, František (advisor) ; Jirků, Jan (referee)
This diploma work dealt how travel content is created and promoted through social media, focusing on its digital form, which in the present times is mainly published on social media sites, for example Youtube. The focus of this diploma work was on social sites, their functions and their importance for content creation in general, but also for travel content specifically. It did analyse vlogging method and in the practical part its relevance for both soft and hard form of journalism. It closely analysed monetization of content and its marketing. It followed influencers on social sites and influencer marketing and shown forms of collaboration of brands and content creators. It contains two practical researches. The first one is qualitative research case study of vlogger Casey Neistat and his channel and it uses him to show marketing and monetization principles in content creation. The second one is quantitative research analysing Wuhan pandemics outbreak and the importance of travel vloggers, who provided vlog content creation, which was then used by many news media and different content creators. There is enough content for answering all research questions, based on theoretical and practical research.
Parents awareness of danger on the internet for their children in school age
Němcová, Natálie ; Wolák, Radim (advisor) ; Švecová, Martina (referee)
The main aim of this bachelor thesis is to find out the extend to which parents are aware of the possible risks of the Internet and if they are trying to protect and educate their children in this particular area. The theoretical part consists of three parts - Internet and its risk related to the child, family and its media education and what is the possibility of preventing the dangers of using Internet. The empirical part of the bachelor thesis will conduct qualitative research where I aim to find out how parents are educated about the risky internet use and if they answers differ or not.
Design and implementation of a control unit for the aquarium environment
Petrák, Lukáš ; Formánek, Martin (referee) ; Krejčí, Petr (advisor)
This bachelor thesis deals with the design and implementation of a prototype control unit for controlling the internal environment of an aquarium. The aim of this work is to create a device that will control the aquarium lighting using available LED strips of different colors, as well as maintain the aquarium water temperature within the range set by the user. It will then record on an SD card the progress of the lighting, the water temperature from the three sensors and the time when these values were obtained. These measurements can be retrieved and the device can be controlled via a web interface from a standard browser. The device should realizable from commonly available modules and components and its parameters should satisfy both the beginner and the advanced aquarist who, from the analysis of the measured values of the aquarium's internal environment, will adjust the control unit according to his needs.
Detached House Computer Network Design
Fabo, David ; Sedlák, Petr (referee) ; Ondrák, Viktor (advisor)
The thesis is focused on designing a computer network in a new family house. The first chapter is focused on analysis of the current state of the object, where the computer network is going to be build. The second chapter is focused on explaining theoretical basis that are related to the issue of designing a computer network. The last chapter is focused on choosing the right parts and putting them together to create a functional computer network.
Optical Network Reconstruction Project Management
Dlapka, Jiří ; Ivo,, LUDVÍK (referee) ; Ondrák, Viktor (advisor)
The bachelor's thesis deals with the design of project management documentation for the project of construction of the optical network on Tetčická Street, Antonína Smutný to School Street, K Závorám and School Street. The technology used to build the optical network is currently state-of-the-art with sufficient bandwidth to transmit large amounts of data. The investor is the company TRIPLE SOLUTION s.r.o., which is also a supporter of this work. The thesis contains a design of construction, design of analyzes needed to create project management documentation and economic evaluation with a return on investment.
Technology of Online Voting Systems
Kováč, Michal ; Sedláček, Pavel (referee) ; Froehling, Kenneth (advisor)
Tato práce pojednává o konceptu volení online. Krátce popisuje jaké další volební metody se v demokratických zemí používají. Detailně popisuje země které používají online volení (celostátně a částečně) a take země, které pilotovali nebo zkoušeli používat online volby a také z jakého důvodu přestali. V posledních dvou částech se práce zabývá pozitivy a negativy které online volební systémy mohou představovat, včetně analýzy volebních dat z Estonska.
Meteorological station system
Čada, Jan ; Balík, Miroslav (referee) ; Lattenberg, Ivo (advisor)
This bachelor thesis deals with the design and implementation of a online meteorological station system, which consists of individual weather stations that communicate via the Internet with the server. The first part of the thesis discusses the principles of measuring major meteorological variables and deals with the selection of suitable sensors for measuring temperature, atmospheric pressure, humidity, wind speed and rainfall. In the practical part, one of the weather stations based on Raspberry Pi Zero microcomputer is designed and realized. As a complement to the measured data, the station includes a camera that captures the view from the site where the meteostation is installed. 3D printing is used to realize most of the mechanical parts, it has the advantage of speed, accuracy and easy reproducibility. For the measurement of temperature, pressure and humidity, a combined sensor BME280 from Bosch is used, which is placed in a small Stevenson screen. The wind speed is measured by a cup anemometer whose rotation is sensed by an integrated Hall sensor. The output pulses are then counted using the PCF8583 circuit, which has an I2C interface for reading the values with a Raspberry Pi microcomputer. Special attention is paid to the construction of a custom calibratable tipping bucket rain gauge with a resolution of 0,5 mm, whose mechanical motion is also sensed by a Hall sensor as in the anemometer. The reading of the data from sensors and sending it to the server is handled by a Python script. For storing and presenting data to users, a custom server solution based on LAMP webserver is implemented, its source codes are written in PHP, HTML, JavaScript and CSS. In addition to the web interface, which displays the data in graphs, the measured data can be also presented to the user via an application for mobile devices based on Android. The application was developed in C# using the Xamarin framework in the Microsoft Visual Studio development environment. Among other things, it implements a widget for quick access to the measured values directly from the home screen. In the final part of the thesis, interesting findings obtained by observing the measured values are mentioned.

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