ACAA applies the Creative Commons Attribution (CC BY 4.0) license to all published work.  All ACAA content is open access that freely available for the public to unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work with proper citation.

Duties of Editors
The intellectual content of all submitted manuscripts is checked neutrally without regard to the author’s race, orientation, gender, age, religion, or political views. Manuscripts are confidential documents and should, therefore, not be shared with third parties unless there is permission from an editor. All data submitted in the manuscript must only be used for publication purposes.

Duties of Reviewers 
Reviewers must help the editors in making decisions. They may help the author improve their manuscript quality using constructive criticism (and avoiding any personal, hurtful remarks directed at the author). If a reviewer cannot complete their task in time due to any reason, the reviewer staff must be informed. The reviewer should also state any similarities found with other manuscripts in the field.

Duties of Authors
All data must be from the author’s research and must be original (no plagiarism), genuine, and presented appropriately. Moreover, all work should only be submitted to one journal. Any other author/ publication whose data was used should be credited accordingly. Only authors who have significantly contributed to the work should be mentioned in the list of authors, while others should be mentioned in the acknowledgments. If the project was funded by a corporation/person, it should be acknowledged. If any errors are found, the manuscript must swiftly be removed, with permission from an editor, from being submitted.