If you go on your Anime/Manga sites currently and see that it's not removed because of the Anti-Anime/Manga piracy Operation, it's because of this:
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.
This means that, for the site that you watch and read your Anime/Manga on, the government has only sent a request to the host of the said site, only requesting to take it down for their own good and not taking forced action, for now.
Hope this gives you info on whats going on currently. ^^
I've found shows that aren't anime and books that aren't manga!
> So me losing this stuff doesn't matter, If Japan doesn't fail.. Meh!
> I plan to live the rest of my life there in the future as well! so Meh!
I can see a ********* incident happening where most of the pirate sites will slowly disappear, but a few sites will still suffice and be protected by their countries laws. If you go to ********* right now, if you scroll down all the way down, they've gotten dozens of threats from companies to take down the website, but they're protected by Sweden law.
That's my prediction.
Edit: Lulz. They censored that, y'know, biggest pirating (non-anime) website in the world.
Last edited by Kayhos; 08-08-2014 at 09:14 PM.
Reason: Censoring is a *****.