Streaming News

Manga Pirates Warned That Kadokawa Seeks Their Identities From YouTube * TorrentFreak

Home > Anti-Piracy > DMCA >

Japanese publishing giant Kadokawa is known for aggressively responding to copyright infringers. The company is currently engaged in a massive lawsuit against Cloudflare and court documents filed in the United States show that Kadokawa is also prepared to go after smaller players, in this case seven people who uploaded manga to YouTube.

Pirate GirlEvery week millions of online copyright infringements are detected by rightsholders and their anti-piracy partners. In the overwhelming majority of cases the aim is to remove content or links to content.

YouTube and Google tend to respond to such complaints quickly, through the removal of videos or search engine results respectively. In most cases that’s the end of the matter but some rightsholders may have other things in mind, including further punishment for alleged pirates.

Manga Piracy on YouTube

Last week a Tokyo-based law firm wrote to YouTube requesting action against seven videos uploaded to the…

You can read the full Torrent Freak article here

Related Articles

BEST KODI 18.6 BUILD JUNE 2020 ★HARDNOX MK2★ Update for Amazon Firestick & Android

Top Tutorials

MPAA and RIAA’s Megaupload Lawsuits Remain on Hold * TorrentFreak

Top Tutorials

Top 10 Most Pirated Movies of The Week on BitTorrent – 02/17/20

Top Tutorials

Leave a Comment