Sure of course! I love what were doing here and i'll
try to spread this around my anime friends too.
--- freekazoid7 <freekazoid7@...
> I'd heard something about this, but never actually
> read the story for
> one reason or another. This is a great opportunity
> for our cause.
> Think how much more we would be able to do with
> Government Backing. I
> know this seems ridiculous (and I'm a dreamer), but
> if we had the
> American Government's help we would be able to
> operate much more
> effectively and on a wider scale.
> Yuna, you say that you're sick of the piracy so does
> that mean you'll
> join our organization? You don't have to, of
> course, if your schedule
> prevents it or something else comes up but any and
> all support is
> greatly appreciated.
> ~Brennan~ "freekazoid7"
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Yuna
> <yunaofparadise@...> wrote:
> > WOW thank you, these are the kind of information
> > need to get people who put anime up online and
> > download it free to see. To show them that this is
> > a joke and what's happening to the anime industry
> > not just pass by. We will do what ever we can to
> > this. I mean for the Japanese Government
> themselves to
> > say this needs to stop than to those people who
> say, I
> > don't care I can do whatever I want. Now you
> should be
> > caring and STOP what your doing. I'm getting sick
> > this.
> > --- Angelus <noodle@...> wrote:
> > > I got this from Doug Smith's LJ who in turn got
> > > from Anime News Network:
> > >
> > > Japan Asks America to Stop Illegal Net Releases
> > > Anime
> > >
> > > The Japanese government issued a formal
> statement of
> > > requests to the
> > > government of the United States on regulatory
> > > and market competition
> > > policy on October 18, and included a request for
> > > United States to help
> > > stop the unauthorized reproduction and
> > > of Japanese animation
> > > online. Specifically, the formal statement
> > > the spread of Japanese
> > > animation and other materials on video-sharing
> > > and peer-to-peer
> > > file-sharing networks.
> > >
> > > According to Japan's Ministry of Foreign
> > > the distribution of
> > > copyrighted materials in the United States has
> > > increasingly damaged the
> > > creative industries of Japan. Despite frequent
> > > requests to remove
> > > unauthorized material from sites with
> > > videos, the ministry
> > > says the fundamental problem remains unresolved
> > > the foreseeable future.
> > > The ministry also says that the high legal costs
> > > complex procedures of
> > > copyright infringement cases against
> > > file-sharing are issues.
> > >
> > > Japanese copyright holders have been sending
> > > increasing numbers of requests
> > > to remove unauthorized material from
> > > sites such as Google's
> > > YouTube, and anime is its own category in
> > > sites - inside and outside
> > > the United States - that link to file-sharing
> > > networks such as BitTorrent.
> > > The issues in the statement of requests were
> > > discussed in the fourth
> > > Japan-U.S. Trade Forum meeting which was held on
> > > October 18 in Tokyo.
> > >
> > > ~Sefina
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