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Alleged operator of illegal manga site arrested after deportation from Philippines

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He should be charged with distributing manga. What a waste of paper.

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Although those websites were not accessible as of Tuesday, the Content Overseas Distribution Association, an anti-piracy organization in Tokyo, pointed out it is extremely difficult to eradicate content piracy as there are numerous websites similar to Manga-Mura and the like.

So they go after the people they think they can prosecute, and leave the rest alone?

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Good.

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Sure take their comics seriously. Corruption not so much.

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Wo cares!!

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Fighting to protect digital property rights in cyberspace is like trying to hold back the sea witha comic book. Find a different business model.

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This same guy was going by the name Zakay Romi using an Israeli passport living in Angeles City north of Manila, yet he wasn't hiding... Glad they caught him!

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'What you inside for mate?'

'Lost Season 3'.

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