A Chinese man who created a manga pirate site penalized

According to News Web Easy, 「A pirate site」where manga and anime can be uploaded without a permission has been an issue.

「Manga Bank」is a pirate site which can be seen in Japan and got 10 million accesses in a past two years. The damage of the manga which have been read with a free of charge on this site is 2,082 millions yen which was calculated by the price of books. This site was disappeared last November.

The Japanese publishing company of the manga investigated and found out that apparently a Chines man in Chongging, China made this site. The Chongging city ordered the man to pay the penalty of approximately 600,000 yen last month.

According to the company, it is a first time for person, who made a pirate site in abroad, was caught and penalized. The company said 「It was good that China took this matter seriously and cooperated us.」

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My thought

This sort of issue is always there. It is not easy task to catch person and penalize them. This is a great news. Obviously, Chinese cooperation help to solve this matter. I am not sure the penalty of 600,000 yes is sufficient though. The lost the company got must be enormous. Nevertheless it is a good news!

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