CRJ honors its commitment to uphold a demanding peer-review procedure and abide by stringent ethical policies and standards. Our main objective is to support scholarly publishing with high-quality scientific works. However, instances of plagiarism, data fabrication, incorrect authorship credit, and related issues could occur Plagiarism is strictly prohibited in the CIT Review Journal. This encompasses copying text, ideas, images, or data from any source, even one’s own publications, without giving proper credit to the original source. Text that is reused must be placed in quotation marks and accompanied by a citation. Additionally, studies that have influenced the design, structure, or language of a manuscript must be explicitly referenced. To maintain the integrity of our publication, all submissions undergo plagiarism checks using Turnitin. If plagiarism is detected during the peer review process, the manuscript may be rejected. In cases of post-publication plagiarism, an investigation will be conducted and appropriate action taken. All data presented must be original and not inappropriately selected, manipulated, enhanced, or fabricated. This includes excluding data points, fabricating results, selectively presenting supporting data, and deliberately choosing analysis methods.