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Manga website investigated over copyright claims

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As long as no child porn, who cares?

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With a dwindling population there’s no way sales can increase with Japanese only manga. Perhaps they should target the millions who stand around for hours reading manga at BookOff or other shops that don’t plastic cover every single book. They need to adapt much like the music & games industry if they want to survive.

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NHK once tried to find the true owner of Mangamura to no avail

https://www3.nhk.or.jp/nhkworld/en/tv/closeup/20180421/4002697/

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As long as no child porn, who cares?

Probably the publishers losing billions of dollars.

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They (pirates) claim the reason why they do this is is because in average a full story arc in Comics/Manga costs a reader close to $800usd while a full game is $60usd and cinema even less.

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Theres not much they can do to stop this. There are far more sites open that offer the same service for free. Try as they might there are always ways around them trying to block websites or find who creates them.

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