SQUJS views plagiarism as using published or unpublished language, ideas or thoughts of another writer without reference or permission and presenting them as one’s own. Plagiarism includes duplicate publication (publication of an article in more than one journal or in another language) and redundant publication (more than 10% of an article overlapping with another of your submissions/publications). SQUJS takes plagiarism extremely seriously. It follows the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE) guidelines. The final decision on action is taken by the Editor-in-Chief.