Declaration of Content

The articles written at are 100% original and nothing from this blog is copied from other sources, without an agreement with the author of the source article. We perform our extensive researches for every article to be as correct as possible and we may have mentions of the sources of research, but not obliged to do so.

The role of the Declaration of Content policy is to identify and secure the articles written at as originals. In order to do so, we may place hidden trace links randomly into text, into random articles. These links will be excluded from the Privacy Policy as will not impact the regular user experience. These links, however, are there in case our articles or parts of our content is stolen or copied without our permission, and the link's role is to trace back to the original article written at this site and to further report our stolen content.

Section for readers:

If you managed to trace any link from an article from our website to this page, there is nothing for you to do. You can return to the previous page, and thank you for getting an interest in this.

However, if you managed to trace any links from a text/article which originates elsewhere than, we would really appreciate it if you would report it to us at or using the contact form, with a link from where the article originates, in order for us to further take a decision or legal action against the content stealers.

Section for reviewers:

If we reported any articles or websites with a hidden link other than pointing to this Declaration of Content page, this means that our article was stolen or copied without our permission and this should be more than enough proof for you to take a decision accordingly. Thank you for your assistance!

  • The role of the hidden links is not to build links with any search engines or to track anyone. The links should be set on :no follow: whilst they remain on our website, with the ability to lose this attribute once copied. These will be hidden in different sections of different articles across our site, in order to minimise or eliminate the possibility of our content being stolen. This, as mentioned above, will not impact at all the regular reader experience and is an exclusion of the Privacy Policy.
  • We may also perform random plagiarism checks on our articles which could indicate flags that our content may be stolen.
  • Once more, this Declaration of Content's role is not to interfere with the usability of our website, but to have a policy in place to cover the section in the possible case our content could be stolen and to further take actions against the website/company/blog/person or entity.

Declaration of Media:

The media uploaded directly on this website (format: images, audio, video) is a mixture of original media created by or graphic representation of images licensed from or other sources. We do not copy material from other websites or google, not text nor images or any other material without the consent of the owner. The material which is not originally created by lovelyscape is licensed by lovelyscape (either under Lovelyscape or Gabriel Mihalcea) and will be solely used only here unless stated otherwise.

This excludes file embedding such as audio or video (e.g. YouTube video embedded into an article) which we do not use anyone consent to embed, according to the YouTube policies. Video or Audio media embedded from elsewhere than YouTube is subject to their terms and conditions.

If you have any concerns, please do not hesitate to contact us using the contact page.