Terms & Conditions
AIAC Terms and Conditions
Once more we would like to welcome you to AIAC website. The terms and conditions below should be followed by the users of this website:
Using the materials available in this website is subject to its Terms and Conditions. Any use of these materials implies acceptance of the Terms and Conditions set forth herein.
Conflict of Interest
According to our policy, a competing interest exists when professional judgment concerning the validity of research is influenced by a secondary interest such as financial gain. We require that our authors reveal any possible conflict of interest in their submitted manuscripts. If there is no conflict of interest, authors should state that "The author(s) declare(s) that there is no conflict of interest regarding the publication of this article."
The materials available at AIAC website are protected under Australian and international copyright conventions. Almost all materials published by AIAC journals are licenced by CC BY and fully Open Access, which means they can be read, downloaded and shared by any reader free of charge. The authors who publish with AIAC agree to allow readers to distribute, copy or modify their works providing that the original materials are properly cited. AIAC permits the use and distribution of these materials in any medium with no charges.
AIAC logo, logos of AIAC journals, AIAC tag line and its journals tag lines are trademarks of the Australian International Academic Centre. Any use of these trademarks requires written permission from AIAC.
Website Integrity, Modifications and Availability
Any interference with the operation of AIAC website, including introducing its security system is strictly prohibited. AIAC reserves the right for modifying, suspending, or restricting access to any part of its website at any time. Every efforet will be made to maintain AIAC website available consistently. It should, however, be noted that availability may be limited once in a while owing to regular up-dates, repairs or similar technical reasons.
Modifications of Terms and Conditions
AIAC reserves the right to make changes to its website Terms and Conditions. These adaptations will be posted in the AIAC official website. Any subsequent use of AIAC website will imply acceptance of the revised Terms and Conditions by the user.
Disclaimer of Warranties and Liability
Materials published by AIAC are journal articles, books, theses, proceedingins and similar academic works submitted by independent individuals or organizations. AIAC follows strict quality measures for the materials it publishes; however, it is not responsible for the precision or reliability of the data or the findings reported in these materials. Content published by AIAC follows educational and academic purposes. The materials published by AIAC cannot replace qualified professional advice. The visitors of this website are advised not to neglect or abstain from professional medical advice or procrastinate seeking it following the findings reported at AIAC website. In no event will AIAC, its board, members, or licensors be responsible for any incidental or consequential damages resulting from the use or misuse of the materials published in this website.
The Terms and Conditions presented in this section apply to user-generated content that has been submitted for intended publication by AIAC. The authors who make submissions to AIAC, agree with the provisions as listed below:
The authors understand that they are fully in charge of the content that they submit or post. The authors agree not to submit or post any inappropriate, obscene or abusive content offending any third party’s public or private rights and/or violating any local or global regulation.
The authors will not submit a third party’s private information. The authors will be responsible for compensating any claims, like attorney fees, made by any third party owing to the content submitted by the authors.
AIAC reserves the right to revise, remove, edit, or rejectany content submitted to it for intended publication.
AIAC reserves the right to revoke any author’s privilege to post content to AIAC website.
The authors are responsible for the reliability or accuracy of the content they submit for intended publication in AIAC.
Choice of Law
The use of AIAC website, its Terms and Conditions, and all actions contemplated by its Terms and Conditions are governed by the Australian laws.
Unless explicitly stated by AIAC, references or links to otherpublications or services does not mean any kind of endorsement by AIAC.
By registeration to the AIAC Website, submission of papers or any other information, users authorize AIAC to release their personal informationin including their identities and institutions. Users also allow the use and transfer of the information between AIAC service providersand subsidiaries. The personal information includes the data automatically transferred by users’ computer and/or information that users deliberately key in registration forms when they sign up as AIAC members. This information is used for verification of users’ registration and submission-publication processes. The information is archived to notify users of any news about or modifications to the AIAC Policy as well as Terms and Conditions. Users who do not wish to receive such updates any longer may always unsubscribe by contacting AIAC. Even if users opt out and request not to be contacted, AIAC reserves the right to communicate with them regarding their account status, past or future publications, paper submissions or similar occasions. Users’ personal information will be used only for the purpose that it had been provided and none else.
AIAC does not sell, rent/share any collected information to/with any Third Party. The informations may only be disclosed with users’ consentwhen it is necessary to comply with the lawor to protect AIAC/its users’ rights.
Code of Ethics
As members of an international research community, we are responsible for improvisation in technology, which may directly or indirectly influence the quality of individuals’ lives in the world. Hereby as researchers, we accept a personal obligation to our profession, and do commit ourselves to the highest ethical as well as professional conduct and agree:
- To be responsible in making research-related decisions that are in-line with the public safety, health and welfare.
- To be fair and honest.
- To strive for scientific and academic excellence in the profession by enhancing our knowledge and skills.
- To be loyal to others’ property and/or resources.
- To avoid or disclose real or perceived conflicts of interest as far as possible.
- To demonstrate our capability with our skills via projects, leadership, and/or accredited educational programs and to encourage others to do so as well.
- To seek assistance or guidance when faced with a task beyond our abilities or experience.
- To value and accept other professionals' advice and learn from their experiences and errors.
- To support when the situation arises that our assistance is called upon.
- To learn new techniques and approaches.
- To share our knowledge willingly with others.
- To avoid and reject bribery and professional misconduct in any form.
- To convey the knowledge we have gained to others.
- To enhance the understanding of science, its proper application, and potential consequences.
- To seek, accept, and offer honest criticism of scientific work, to acknowledge and correct errors, and to credit the contributions of others.
- To treat all individuals fairly regardless of their race, religion, gender, disability, age, or national origin.
- Admit mistakes and correct them promptly.
- Not to injure others, their property, reputation, or employment by false or malicious action.
- Not to use availability and access to information for personal gains through corporate espionage.
- To distinguish between advocacy and science and not to present analysis and opinion as fact.
- To respect intellectual property and to give credit for others' work.
- Never to steal or misuse copyrighted or patented material, trade secrets or any other intangible asset.
- To assist colleagues and co-workers in their professional development and to support them in following this code of ethics.