Future Searching: Between Privacy, Technology and Legislation
Michal Černý, Masaryk University - Faculty of Science, Czech Republic
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Efficient data retrieval and information is one of the most important activities, without which the information society can not do without. In principle, all perceived as a major problem of data mining, because computers do not have the ability tounderstand the text and understand it. Therefore, increasinglybegan to build the Semantic Web concept, which tries to use XML formats to be able to create a data structure that would bepossible for the most comprehensive computer and allow them to derive new knowledge or work with natural language. To some extent this issue became a problem finding informationpurely technological. It is important to note that the whole issue is much more complex. It is necessary to consider the legislativeenvironment that is in working with information extremelycomplex and confusing. Information search is a question from the standpoint of a very complicated also because it interferes with the international law, but also to all legal standards statethat in the process of searching for information by any userperform. It should also be seen even one limitation that is at the level of each individual as a human person. In Western civilization, most people consider that privacy is a value that hasexceptional value and should be defended.
Author's professional CV
Bc Michal Černý- graduated the Faculty of Science, Masaryk University in Brno – the teaching of physics and Informatics in the bachelor's degree program and hi is now completing her studies in the same master's approbation. Since 2009, student CMTF in Olomouc, where he studied theological doctrine. He is author or co-author of more than fifty peer-reviewed publications andteaching materials, and actively participates in many conferences. As publicity has already created more than sixhundred articles, mostly on topics digital technologies,information society and digital photography.