Shueisha's Statement on the Incident of Pirated Sites in One Piece Stream

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Shueisha's Statement on the Incident of Pirated Sites in One Piece Stream
The pirated site incident in the 1000th chapter of the One Piece manga stream made Shueisha issue an official statement regarding this incident. Here comes the complete statement delivered by the manga publisher

1. Accidental editorial

Shueisha's Statement on the Incident of Pirated Sites in One Piece Stream

According to an animenewsnetwork.com report, publisher Shueisha made a statement to the J-Cast news site after the browser history of an editor for One Piece became a controversy among fans of the series.

"After confirming the facts, we have found that the smartphone screen of the employee involved, which appears in a video stream, shows a link that he accidentally touched while surfing the internet, and inadvertently became part of his access history. He is not currently looking for illegal sites, or carrying out illegal downloads, "said the opening of the statement Shueisha.

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2. The controversial live stream has been privatized

Shueisha's Statement on the Incident of Pirated Sites in One Piece Stream

Currently, the live stream in question is private on YouTube, so it is temporarily not accessible to the general public. Initially the live stream was held on Friday, January 8.

The live stream event is meant to celebrate the 1000th chapter of the One Piece manga series, and there has been no further announcement for the continuation of the recording of the stream to return to the public on its official YouTube channel.

3. Shueisha's attitude towards piracy

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"Regarding the use of personal devices in a live stream," continued Shueisha in the same statement, "As a company we do not recommend this practice, and we have issued a strong warning."

"We sincerely apologize for causing unrest between the live stream audience and fans of the manga. The video is currently closed due to technical issues from YouTube. Once it has been revoked, we plan to edit and re-upload it. , "Shueisha closed.

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