Plagiarism in all its forms is unacceptable and unethical. International Journal of Web Research (IJWR) considers all forms of plagiarism and copyright infringement a serious offense. Appropriate author acknowledgment must be clearly indicated in the submitted manuscript. In-text citations must be inserted appropriately and citations must be correctly associated with a corresponding reference list. In cases of plagiarism, inappropriate data processing, disputed authorship, or duplicate publication, the IJWR reserves the right to retract the published article and if necessary, take legal action. Based on the retraction guidelines of COPE, the retracted article (including the title and authors in the retraction heading) and the reason for retraction will be specified promptly in the journal website. If due to honest error a small part of an article proves to be misleading, we consider issuing a correction. The papers will also be checked for plagiarism using the iThenticate service. Any paper with an above 30 percent overall similarity with other papers will be rejected.