ITlogs.com works in accordance to the Code of Ethics mentioned below. Every editor, author and guest blogger that shares his article on IT Logs is first directed to read this ethics statement and comply with it.
1. ITLogs.com does NOT directly sell electronic devices
ITLogs.com does not directly sell any type of hardware. The hardware mentioned and recommended on ITlogs.com is for informational purposes only and it if labeled as “sponsored”, “ad” or “promoted” it might refer to an affiliate link or content by sponsor. The content labeled as promotional should be considered solely as advertisement.
The business model of ITlogs.com is to earn money through selling ad space on the site. That does not mean that the advertisements will influence the editorial content or will change the way certain information is shared. All advertisement featured on ITlogs.com should comply with local and international laws and ethics standards since we implement 3rd party advertisement services such as Google Adsense. If you find any offensive or unethical ad running on ITlogs.com, please take a screenshot and report it to the editorial team.
3. Conflict of Interest
If the article featured a company or service that ITlogs.com or the publishing company IWM Network has any correlation with or active business relationship, we will provide a notice on the end of the article stating the facts. ITlogs.com asks all its contributors and guest bloggers to comply with this policy as well.
4. Author’s Point of View and Professional Standards
ITlogs.com will comply with the internationally acknowledge journalistic standards, and where possible ITlogs.com will provide its authors space to express their personal opinion, experience or way of thinking on a certain subject – review, critical column etc. The point of view express in the articles does not express the official view of ITlogs.com or IWM Network.
5. These Code of Ethics is Subject to Change
ITlogs.com reserves the freedom to change this Code of Ethics based on the professional standards and promises that it will inform its audience about any change within 24 hours.