It has recently come to my attention that the website Honeymoon Places has been stealing content from The Honeymoon Project. Everything that appears on these pages – unless otherwise stated – is copyright of The Honeymoon Project and may not be used without my permission; which, in this case, Honeymoon Places has not been given.
While I have no doubt that Honeymoon Places is using some kind of bot to steal my content (my last post – Honeymoon destination guide: Singapore – was up within hours of it being published on here), that doesn’t negate the fact that this is illegal. I have contacted the owner of Honeymoon Places and requested that the posts be taken down immediately – as yet, only a few of my posts have been deleted from the site, but a few still remain. I will, therefore, be taking the necessary legal action to make sure that Honeymoon Places is unable to continue like this.
Apologies to regular readers of The Honeymoon Project – normal honeymoon-based posts will resume soon! – but I wanted to make sure that anyone who finds my articles through Honeymoon Places realises that it is stolen copy.You might also like: