Our most fundamental standard is that the publication procedure exists to support the membership (Fellows and Associates and Registered Users of Website etc.) of the Global Journals and the computing profession in general. Global Journals have confidence in its success which should be judged broadly in terms of its high-quality, cost-effective distribution of knowledge and not narrowly in terms of a publications program. We emphasize that the process of dissemination includes papers, audio and video presentations, web postings, technical reports, conferences, etc. in Print Journals, eJournals, 3D Virtual Journals and Interactive Journals. The quality of the publications and the errands that everybody assumes are means to these broader ends.
This document pertains to journals, books, eBooks, transactions, magazines, conference proceedings, and newsletters published by Global Journals, referred here generically as publications. When particular rights and errands are limited to some subset of our publications, that subset will be specifically noted. Note that some exclusion to this policy can occur. These exclusions are generally found in Global Journals' professionally-managed magazines and news services with special timeliness needs. However, the goal of these publications, as for Global Journals' other publications, is to provide the best in material services.
Global Journals inspires other publishers to also recognize the rights and responsibilities of readers, authors, reviewers, editors and libraries, as set forth in this document.