The purpose of this policy is to ensure that all third-party materials, such as figures, tables, images, text excerpts, and other content borrowed from external sources, are used in a legal and ethical manner, respecting intellectual property rights and giving appropriate credit to the original creators.
Proper Attribution: Authors must provide clear and accurate attribution for all third-party material used in their articles. This includes citing the original source and obtaining necessary permissions, when applicable.
Legal Use: Authors must ensure that the use of third-party material complies with copyright laws, fair use provisions, or other relevant legal standards.
Obtaining Permissions: Authors are responsible for obtaining appropriate permissions for using third-party material, especially if the material is copyrighted. Permissions should be obtained before the submission of the article.
Public Domain and Open Access Material: Material in the public domain or released under open access licenses can be used without permission. However, proper attribution and acknowledgment of the source are mandatory.
Fair Use: Authors should adhere to the principles of fair use when using third-party material for commentary, criticism, educational purposes, or transformative uses.
Originality and Reuse: Authors are encouraged to create original content whenever possible. If third-party material is used, authors should aim to transform or add substantial value to the original material to ensure a new contribution to the research.
Authors submitting articles to ETFLIN are expected to:
ETFLIN's editorial team will review submitted manuscripts to ensure compliance with this policy. Authors found in violation may be requested to rectify the issue or risk rejecting their submission.
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