Ethical Principles and Publication Policy
The International Journal of Cyber Law is dedicated to upholding the highest ethical standards in academic publishing. The journal adheres to the following ethical principles:
- Originality: All submissions must be original work, not previously published or under consideration for publication elsewhere. Plagiarism, including self-plagiarism, and other forms of academic misconduct will not be tolerated.
- Confidentiality: The journal upholds the confidentiality of all submissions, ensuring that the review process is fair, impartial, and respectful of the authors' intellectual property.
- Conflict of Interest: All authors, reviewers, and editors must declare any conflicts of interest that may compromise the impartiality of the review process.
- Data Integrity: Authors must ensure the accuracy and validity of the data presented in their submissions and provides sufficient detail to allow others to reproduce their findings.
- Responsibility: Authors are responsible for ensuring that their submissions comply with applicable laws and regulations and that they have obtained all necessary permissions for the use of third-party materials.
The International Journal of Cyber Law is committed to providing a transparent and efficient publication process. The journal operates a rigorous peer-review process to ensure the quality and originality of all submissions, and all articles are subject to an extensive editorial review prior to publication. The journal reserves the right to reject submissions that do not meet its ethical and publication standards.