Ethics Policy

The primary goal of this policy is to safeguard the neutrality and integrity of Physics-Astronomy in all facets of its content. Each member of staff is required to thoroughly read and adhere to these regulations. All of our workers are required to adhere to all provisions of this policy. Before beginning their jobs, all new members are expected to read this policy.

Because the issues addressed in this code are significant, any breach of the rules in the areas mentioned below is deemed severe enough to warrant disciplinary sanctions, which may include removal from the post, depending on the severity of the violation.

If a team member has a query or is in violation of any element of this policy, or has observed another employee in violation, he or she should immediately alert his or her supervisor. All inquiries in this area will be kept confidential to safeguard the team members' rights.

We do not agree to conditional access, which means that we will decline to do an interview if the interviewee insists on avoiding certain subjects.

We contact people for fact-checking purposes, but we enable them to verify only pertinent facts and quotations. We do not let them evaluate stuff before it is published.

We must avoid giving contributors excessive prominence when discussing their work, particularly if it offers the potential for monetary gain. Any allusions to a contributor's creative works, company, goods, or other endeavors must be editorially justified and kept to a minimum.

Links to the material may be included only if they provide editorial value and may not be included if they add commercial value.

Editorial teams do not receive anything of value (including travel costs or products to evaluate) from the businesses or persons we cover, or from any organizations or individuals working on their behalf.

Employees of the editorial department are not authorized to work for or advise the firms we cover.

If an employee has a close personal connection with an individual, corporation, or other entity that we cover, they will be excluded from coverage of that entity or any aspect of the coverage process (topic ideation, headline ideation, etc).

Any possible conflict of interest must be declared properly at the end of the article.

Journalists that cover news should abstain from market speculation, which means they cannot perform any kind of predictions based on personal interests or knowledge. This might result in the exploitation of information that has not been revealed publicly. This restriction also applies to team members who contribute to Physics-Astronomy, which covers related disciplines.

Only sales and marketing personnel are authorized to enter into agreements with third parties on behalf of Physics-Astronomy. No one other than sales and marketing personnel are permitted to make transactions under the company's name in exchange for promotions/links, etc.

When publishing on the website or other social media platforms, good discretion, privacy, and professionalism are the primary values to adhere to. Physics-Astronomy is an international corporation with a sizable following. Each post should be meticulously planned since each post is sent to worldwide audiences. Perception is critical in this process, and we expect everyone involved in Physics-Astronomy to operate prudently at all times. At all times, posts should be objective and unbiased. Employees are required to adhere to business policies and to be courteous, impartial, and real in their material and postings. All sources associated with Physics-Astronomy must avoid improper, violent, and prejudiced material.

Obtaining authorization before releasing a picture or video is required under copyright and trademark regulations. The team is obliged to adhere to the legal rules governing the websites and other organizations with whom Physics-Astronomy collaborates or works.

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