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Major Manga Publishers Prepare to Sue Cloudflare Over Pirate Sites * TorrentFreak


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Four major manga publishers are preparing to sue US-based CDN company Cloudflare for allowing pirate sites to use its services. Rather than file a copyright infringement lawsuit in the United States, Shueisha, Kodansha, Shogakukan, and Kadokawa will file their complaint in Japan, demanding millions in damages and an end to the distribution of pirated content.

cloudflare logoCDN company Cloudflare provides its services to millions of websites all around the world, enabling them to stay online with enhanced performance and better protection from attacks.

In recent years pressure from copyright holders has seen Cloudflare labeled a piracy facilitator. The CDN company does cooperate with rightsholders and insists that its services and processes meet the criteria laid out in the DMCA. But for some companies, Cloudflare doesn’t go far enough and according to a report coming out of Japan, will soon face a new lawsuit related to manga piracy.

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