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Apparantry Japan has aready started throwing peopre in prison for sharing anime onrine.


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http://coalgirls.wak...or-a-translator

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Because those are such reliable sources.

They also would go to court before prison... Still, there have been arrests made based on the amended Unfair Competition Prevention Act. The first one was for video game piracy. No one has yet to go to prison, I am pretty sure only one person has got a conviction, something to do with PSPs.

Edit: But my knowledge is a month or so out of date!

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Afaik, there was another dude arrested for sharing FMA Brotherhood episode a few years ago. Don't know if he got into prison or not.
Edit: Yup, 3 arrests in 2010
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im sry Zachimillius but you can not be tried before going to prison. you will get arrested and thrown in jail until your trial date arrives, which could be weeks or months out.

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Sucks big time x/

Apparently, more and more great Share uploaders are getting arrested.

http://logsoku.com/t...rty/1348839095/

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im sry Zachimillius but you can not be tried before going to prison. you will get arrested and thrown in jail until your trial date arrives, which could be weeks or months out.


In japan you are held in the local jail rather than a prison institution. Though, I guess you could call a local jail a prison, but that would be incorrect.

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i see, it is basically the same thing just different names...

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Isnt this bad for us viewers?...If the people that originate from the country where anime is made stop sharing with the world, wont that affect us?

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Isnt this bad for us viewers?...If the people that originate from the country where anime is made stop sharing with the world, wont that affect us?


There must be ways to watch japanese tele in other country prehaps, them people could uplod the anime but if there not then yes.
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i see, it is basically the same thing just different names...


But they are different in Japan and Australia. I am sure it is the same in the States, the jail at your local station is very different to a prison. So much so they are different things, albeit with similar functions.

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And now it looks like TS providers are starting to leave the game as well. Sites like c6120.com which provides HDTV TS files are shutting down. x/

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if only we had darknet

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but wasn't darknet closed down, but the Japanese government

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No idea.

I like to dream of darknet as a global -satellite wifi system. If I was rich I would pay to have telecommunication satellites so I could use a relay system from my private mobile ISP/base station converted tanker out on the ocean to host online content. The only way to connect is if I let you.

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were you talking about this
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A form of, yes. Though much larger scale. Kind of like global LAN rather than internet

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ah ... think of a plan, create a SRS document, and submit it to people who could do it and manage the hell out of the program ... if you can

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