The following pages on the ACM website supplement the TiiS-specific information given on this TiiS website by explaining in detail in ACM’s general policies concerning several issues:
- Rights and Responsibilities in ACM Publishing
This page lists a number of specific rights and responsibilities of readers, authors, reviewers, editors, and libraries, respectively.
- ACM Copyright Policy
This page probably contains all of the information you might ever need about ACM’s copyrighted works and its permissions policy.
- ACM Policy Concerning the Use of Third-Party Material
This page explains the steps that need to be taken if, as an author, you would like to include in your article nontextual material that is owned by someone else.
- ACM Policy and Procedures on Plagiarism
This page explains how plagiarism is defined by ACM and how cases of (suspected) plagiarism are dealt with.
In this area, the issue of most general interest concerns the ways in which an author’s own previous publications may be reused; this issue is also addressed, in more detail, in the following document:
- ACM Policy on Prior Publication and Simultaneous Submissions