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Name:Toradora! v1c3Date:2008-08-18, 00:17 UTC
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Toradora! volume 1 chapter 3 by Musashi Quality

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[Omnicat] <Nyaa> We will of course be playing Star Citizen. If you have a game package with alpha access, you can join our subversion efforts right here. See you in the 'verse!
[07-30, 13:05] <Muzs_NY> with the information i have, the major japanese publishers and anime makers will ask bunch of internet sites that treat their publishments or products which 'they' hold the rights to be taken down. About 80 animes and 500 mangas and paper-books scanned will be taken down. Which tells us that the most of animes, has 12 episodes to 24 episodes per season, will not be asked to be taken down or to be deleted from the websites. I mean, most of the animes nowadays does not make profits from airing them on TV or other media. They earn most of their money from the products out of the animes and mangas such as nendroids, figures, comics or Novels ( for animes based on light-novels ) and other secondary profitable contents. So, summarizing this damn long announcement of mine, IT CAN BE PRESUMED THAT MOST OF THE FILES ON NYAA.SE MIGHT NOT BE DELETED, AND YOU MAY SAY SAYONARA TO ANIMES A WHILE LATER.
[07-30, 13:05] <Satone-Chan> Hav can I download the Animes? ; A ; it get downloaded but I cant open it D:
[07-30, 12:47] <OniichanDaisuki> a bunch of sites to bookmark, that's nice
[07-30, 12:47] <jofs> Nothing will happen.
[07-30, 12:44] <hazardous> just don't buy anything until they give up.
[07-30, 12:27] <choconeko> So I guess we will be saying sayonara to anime? :c
[07-30, 12:13] <jpoy> sorry,the keyboard is so bad
[07-30, 12:13] <jpoy> sorry,the keyboard is so bad
[07-30, 12:12] <jpoy> dont worry,nothing will happen. i am using mobile phone,the keyboard
[07-30, 12:00] <galaxybeam> So no more anime? time to move to japan i guess...
[07-30, 11:37] <Ikusa> If it weren't for the unofficial releases, I wouldn't have taken an interest in the stuff and purchased official releases of the ones I like. No unofficial releases (*AA's call this piracy) => less people discover stuff => less people get interested => less sales. Unofficial releases == free advertisement. Fansubs/Scanlations == free advertisement will more impact on consumer. If anti-piracy suceeds the publishers will get considerably less revenue, serves them right.
[07-30, 11:35] <xDev> This is entertainment lmao
[07-30, 11:34] <SneakiestNEG> This is 2014. It is impossible to slay the hydra. If Japan comes up with a way to legally watch anime, running Crunchyroll with Hola or proxmate is also piracy.
[07-30, 11:32] <Hobichan> I like watching headless chicken running around
[07-30, 11:24] <[TRVE]> Jesus fuck, will you stop running around like a bunch of headless chicken?
[07-30, 11:20] <UnbornMVs> Please overcome this my brothers.
[07-30, 11:20] <UnbornMVs> It seems that nyaa is there on the list
[07-30, 11:20] <UnbornMVs> http://www.meti.go.jp/policy/mono_info_service/contents/downloadfiles/140414.pdf
[07-30, 10:34] <JRR_STuDios> OK will seed
[07-30, 09:53] <yaska> please seed #405589
[07-30, 09:45] <OniichanDaisuki> it's Daiz all over again
[07-30, 09:42] <Hobichan> they're gonna fail anyway
[07-30, 09:40] <icq - 650934255> hello i hust upload a torrent
[07-30, 09:39] <Lili-hime> I torrent because Japanese companies are too afraid of reverse importation to let us have blu rays -_-;
[07-30, 09:36] <SinonGC> Guys is it true they're going to exterminate all illegally uploaded anime? I know not to trust the internet but i just want to make sure.
[07-30, 09:07] <OniichanDaisuki> or nendoroids <3
[07-30, 08:58] <Kseniasolo> Support the industry by buying dakis of your waifu.
[07-30, 08:16] <sarachikorita> I hear you. Japanese companies trying to sell in the US market try to push their wares at Japanese prices, and naturally, Americans, who are used to their own material selling much cheaper, balk.
[07-30, 08:15] <jofs> I've spent a alot of money on anime, and it's all thanks to fansubs that i found those shows in the first place.
[07-30, 08:03] <jofs> I would love to support the industry more. But I can't afford these ridiculously prized blu-ray boxes.
[07-30, 08:02] <OniichanDaisuki> yep they remove styling too, for the crappy low res limitations, like 324p lol
[07-30, 08:00] <sarachikorita> The Subs is whatever all these stupid streaming sites carry, and usually, they suck. You're more likely to find reputable fansubs (for what that's worth) here.
[07-30, 07:59] <sarachikorita> I mean streaming sites that carry the first version of a sub to be released. I'm not referring to fansubbers' own sites - for example, my groups are both 100% ad-free because my friend and I have no problem affording the infrastructure and we don't believe in making money off fansubbing.
[07-30, 07:57] <OniichanDaisuki> streaming, such as gogoanime are bloated with ads and there is true
[07-30, 07:56] <OniichanDaisuki> I dont think they make any cent from ads on fansubs groups sites, if is that you are talking about?
[07-30, 07:54] <sarachikorita> Sites which carry The Subs are profiting off piracy with all their ad banners and junk.
[07-30, 07:53] <sarachikorita> Have to agree that sites which carry The Subs are a bigger problem. I only visit such sites if I'm curious as to which translation they've got, or if I'm looking for an obscure old crappy sub that's been long replaced by better.
[07-30, 07:52] <OniichanDaisuki> they should be glad sites like this were ever created, I wouldn't have gotten into anime otherwise
[07-30, 07:50] <OniichanDaisuki> pff less relevant? this season most of the stuff I wanted to watch at cr was region restricted... LOL
[07-30, 07:41] <gotarai> The virus file is a file of capacity less than usual
[07-30, 07:32] <LigerNyan> That's where the nope button appears.
[07-30, 07:32] <LateralusManga> Also, thanks to those options, fansubbing is less and less relevant now, since all comes from those options: fans watch anime there, fans buy anime (if they're available in the fan's country of origin), everyone happy.
[07-30, 07:31] <LigerNyan> ''On August 1, the government will start simultaneously sending requests to delete illegal anime and manga contents to the operators of the 580 foreign pirate sites which they have found.''
[07-30, 07:30] <LateralusManga> Respecting the rest you're saying, it's something that an anime fan would do: buy what the fan like. Also, piracy is effectively fought by legal options like Netflix, Spotify and CR. For example, I seldom use my downloaded mp3s, since almost everything I like I listen through Spotify, FREE and LEGAL. One legal problem less.
[07-30, 07:29] <DrkStr> yeah i would wager baka and nyaa are on the top of japans list
[07-30, 07:27] <LateralusManga> DrkStr, look the stats of nyaa.se in Alexa. 40% of traffic comes from Japan, 20% from United States.
[07-30, 07:25] <LateralusManga> Yeah, you will say "VPN and proxys solve all", but it'll be a form of saying "Japanese, the downloaders are out of our site, You can solve the problem with them".
[07-30, 07:24] <DrkStr> wow damn that was long. sorry!
[07-30, 07:24] <DrkStr> secondly, i dont see how the japanese can come after people downloading anime illegally who arent in japan, or sites hosted that arent in japan. i mean look at how well its workin for hollywood, they been making all kinds of threats like this but it hasnt been hard to get anything, at the very least they cant stop XDCC. it sucks but i get that they wanna get as much money as possible but if they stopped all anime pirating i doubt theyd see much a large increase in income like they think they would. i grab a lot of movies and theres NO WAY id ever watch those otherwise, i still go to the theater to watch/support the ones i would have before pirating. also i learn bout movies/anime i wouldnt have from sites like these that may move me to buying the BDs. sure everyone isnt like me but i support the stuff i like but i also grab a lot of stuff i find i dont like much later. but i wouldnt have spent the money to see it anyways. so...yeah
[07-30, 07:24] <LateralusManga> But NT is in the spotlight, so it's dangerous for all the scene. If I were Nyaa, I would consider trashing the 40% JP traffic in order to stay as safe as possible.
[07-30, 07:22] <LateralusManga> The main problem here is not the fansub scene (not relevant considering CR), but the streaming sites that they're making money with fansubs/official streams.
[07-30, 07:22] <LigerNyan> Let's see how this banning animus and mangos site plays out, I'm already laughing tbh
[07-30, 07:19] <DrkStr> it wont stop shit. the funny thing is if it werent for sites like these i wouldnt get introduced to anime i like and i wouldnt purchase the BDs of the ones i like so in essence they;re making more money (at least from me) having such sites available.
[07-30, 07:17] <LateralusManga> Well, that's all. Thank you for your attention.
[07-30, 07:17] <LateralusManga> IT'S FUCKING OBVIOUS that they're talking about you. So, consider a massive IP-ban and a voluntary takedown of all torrents from Google or any searchpages or consider the shut down (and the appearance of another one).
[07-30, 07:15] <LateralusManga> > In the ranking by an information distribution survey site, for example, a popular piracy site is ranked 156th in Japan and 1391th in the world, which is similar rank with major listed companies on a stock firm in Japan.
[07-30, 07:14] <LateralusManga> Public Service Announcement: Nyaa.se is in the spotlight of the Japanese government. You have two options: 1. IP-block all Japanese, Chinese or Koreans 2. Shut down
[07-30, 06:50] <yongki> h**p://www.crunchyroll.com/anime-news/2014/07/28/japanese-government-to-start-anti-animemanga-piracy-operation-next-month
[07-30, 06:50] <yongki> what....
[07-30, 06:39] <sarachikorita> And yes, every time a company makes a shit product, and it bombs, they blame it on piracy, or anything to deflect blame from themselves and the fact that their product sucks.
[07-30, 06:37] <sarachikorita> Every time one of these sites is taken down, at least one more will pop up to take its place.
[07-30, 06:07] <xell17> I read a book once. It had a great loli named Tyrion.
[07-30, 06:05] <lifebaka> We'd have to, like, read books or something for entertainment. Books, people. BOOKS. The horror.
[07-30, 06:04] <lifebaka> And we should all the thanking the gods for protecting our precious cartoon wiminz, Prazision. For where would we be without cartoon wiminz?
[07-30, 05:47] <hazardous> any plans stopping anti piracy just in case? maybe stop buying anything until gov pull back? or do we need to put Tom Cruise on mission?
[07-30, 05:47] <nicky_008> Same phenomenon like the current (bad taste) trend of the Hollywood movies.
[07-30, 05:44] <hazardous> i am sure more money lost on making bad anime than losing it to piracy.
[07-30, 05:38] <Prazision> Yes, it's real, and fuck all is going to happen because of it. Your precious girl cartoons are safe, for the time being.
[07-30, 05:37] <Koahku> It is, nyaa is going to close and the bittorrent network too. It's over, get a Funi account or kill yourself if you don't want to suffer.
[07-30, 05:35] <nicky_008> Political is bullshit since the beginning of the civilization... They have tried to do many things they said but no any profits for them. Finally they stopped and did not get shit about it for a long time until they felt stupidly to do it again. Who cares... (eg; blasted Megaupload -> Mega, lolz)
[07-30, 04:59] <eukira12> Japanese Government to Start Anti-Anime/Manga Piracy Operation Next Month, please tell me this is not real.. -_-
[07-30, 04:29] <Koahku> No.
[07-30, 03:53] <Ghfuj123> So is Nyaa going to get shut down? Due to the new JP law and all?
[07-30, 03:28] <xell17> I hope Last Mission is not as shitty as the first one.
[07-30, 02:54] <LigerNyan> So who's gonna sub the Last Mission, or perhaps someone did it already?
[07-30, 02:48] <SneakiestNEG> Short of sending shinobi after me I doubt they could stop me. You can actually download the piratebay if you want, it is an actual torrent.
[07-30, 02:47] <LigerNyan> Not curious enough to spoil yourself
[07-30, 02:46] <LigerNyan> The new arc is his and Leorio's.
[07-30, 02:46] <Artemix> I'm not that curious.
[07-30, 02:45] <LigerNyan> Read the manga if you're curious.
[07-30, 02:36] <Artemix> I want to see Kurapika in action!... I'm curious about where/what is he doing right now...
[07-30, 01:55] <Puska 35.M> Oh god.
[07-30, 01:55] <dilworks> > US is pretty crazy about censoring anything that remotely resembles sex <= FTFY
[07-30, 01:54] <LigerNyan> Leorio be like sugoiiness
[07-30, 00:28] <iceaco> Both the US and JP are pretty crazy about censoring loli stuff.. I wonder if that reduces or increases the number of lolicons..
[07-30, 00:08] <Dark_Pride> If Japan plans on taking out our little girl cartoons from the net, then we'll show them our "Little Boy".
[07-30, 00:07] <Imouto6969> Its like lithium and water, sure it fizzles but thats about it.
[07-30, 00:06] <Dark_Pride> It seems that two nukes weren't enough.
[07-30, 00:02] <FaiT> What law is it we're worried about now? In which country?
[07-30, 00:02] <Imouto6969> LOL you do realize that megaupload and torrent websites are completely different right?
[07-30, 00:00] <amtcubus> oh, so funky land japan is trying again to somehow "control" the internet. i wish you luck, japan. and, nice boat!
[07-30, 00:00] <FaiT> Wow, Berserk is really good
[07-29, 23:54] <Dark_Pride> b-but m-muh Sadpanda...
[07-29, 23:25] <dilworks> ...and guess what? They're available! Good luck spending a day in line in a gub'mint bank to pay the registry fee (yes' we're that ass-backwards)
[07-29, 23:23] <HorribleSubs> ARIGATO
[07-29, 23:22] <dilworks> I suggest buying "nyaa.(com|net|org).ve", just in case :D
[07-29, 23:19] <herkz> dont worry, if they could do that to this website, they would've done so long ago
[07-29, 23:16] <dilworks> Not if $COUNTRY pulls a MAFIAA and causes yet another Megaupload. They abided to DMCAs, yet the FBI killed it scaringly easy
[07-29, 23:13] <herkz> i have no idea why you guys think it will do anything. you realize people can just ignore their requests to take stuff down, right?