To mark the One piece Reaching 1,000 chaptersEarlier this week there was a YouTube live stream with the staff of the Weekly jump
Most of it was pedestrian – Yahoo! Japan, One piece Websites etc – but one entry was for a Hentai pirated manga site. The problem isn’t the hentai part (I really mean whatever, who cares), it’s the pirated part. This wasn’t a site full of sexy scallywags and Swashbuckler. More like mainstream Japanese news site J-Cast indicates that it hosts illegally uploaded comics.
What makes that so uncomfortable is that in Japan One piece‘s Luffy appears in an anti-piracy manga campaign along with other famous manga characters who are telling people, “Stop Kaizokuban“Or” stop bootlegs. ”
In the light of One piece Shueisha’s anti-piracy stance of the editor, J-Cast He reached out to the company and asked why the publisher’s browsing history contained this particular illegal act Entry. The publisher asked the publisher and stated that he “accidentally” clicked the link while surfing the Internet. “He didn’t look for this site and didn’t download it illegal things“Shueisha added.
In addition, the publisher is strict warned the editor against using his own private device during the live stream and apologized to readers for causing problems.
The live stream has since been removed from YouTube.