Most recently, Japanese readers have taken to YouTube to propagate manga scans—or, rather, pieces of them—in a method which YouTube has now deemed illegal.
Even in Japan, where manga is readily available and doesn’t require translating, manga piracy is a major problem.
Manga titles such as Shogakukan’s Ushijima the Loan Shark have been propagating on the video sharing platform as “spoiler videos,” in which video creators will upload key moments or major events.
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