Ravensilver (ravensilver) wrote,

Scanlation Sites in danger

If you've been reading your mangas (non-yaoi) on sites like MangaFox or OneManga, you may have to look elsewhere soon.

According to Publisher's Weekly, 36 Japanese and American Publishers and Companies have gotten together to fight aggressively against online scanlation sites.

VIZ-Media, publisher of popular series like Naruto and Bleach, has released a statement on their website, citing the need to "protect the intellectual property rights of our creators and the overall health of our industry" as a reason for this move.

So, if you haven't finished reading your favorite series at one of these sites, better scoot on over and do it now - it might be gone by tomorrow. >.
Tags: action against reading mangas for free, download, illegal, manga, pirates, scanlation

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