The Circulation in Computer Science maintains that the journal's editorial board and the publisher have a responsibility to be attentive regarding plagiarism in the material that they publish. The Editorial Board of CCS Archive will immediately screen all articles submitted for publication in this journal.
Once notified of possible plagiarism in their publication, the journal editorial board and the publisher have a responsibility to investigate carefully such an allegation at any stage of the publication process.
In the pre-publication stage, a detection of plagiarism results in rejection of the article. All submissions we receive are checked for plagiarism by using online available tools as Similarity Check / iThenticate®. Any suspected misconduct results with an immediate rejection of the submitted article.
In the post-publication stage, a retraction or correction should be published in a subsequent issue of the journal. Read more on copyright infringement claims
Refer this online resource to help your understanding in avoiding plagiarism:
Roig, M. Avoiding plagiarism, self-plagiarism, and other questionable writing practices: A guide to ethical writing. St Johns University.
Read Ethics Read CCS 'Stop Plagiarism' Initiative