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More licensed anime since Gonzo?
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Really?! . .No shit they hate fansubs, but if they saw no profit in it why would they bother with American subbers? As I said "Good for everyone NOT living in Japan" which is me and you.

Fact: It costs more then it should to buy anime especially from bigger companies like Bandai. A major Hollywood movie costs a shitload of cash to make yet is avalible for $15 on release day. They are not remaking the anime, just redubbing it and bring it over, so why the high cost?


you dont get it is BAD for those not living in Japan because the the Fan subbers will not be able to get the raws since the ISP's are stopping file sharing. and anime companies have threatened to take many fan sub groups to court for subbing. this mean if you dont live in Japan you will not see it at all

the cost is not that high it is about the the same as it is in Japan and they have to pay back the original rights holders
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I not quite sure... I'll get back on you to that..
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SortedeVaras wrote:

Really?! . .No shit they hate fansubs, but if they saw no profit in it why would they bother with American subbers? As I said "Good for everyone NOT living in Japan" which is me and you.

Fact: It costs more then it should to buy anime especially from bigger companies like Bandai. A major Hollywood movie costs a shitload of cash to make yet is avalible for $15 on release day. They are not remaking the anime, just redubbing it and bring it over, so why the high cost?


you dont get it is BAD for those not living in Japan because the the Fan subbers will not be able to get the raws since the ISP's are stopping file sharing. and anime companies have threatened to take many fan sub groups to court for subbing. this mean if you dont live in Japan you will not see it at all

the cost is not that high it is about the the same as it is in Japan and they have to pay back the original rights holders


Incorrect, it is impossible to accuratly track that much internet traffic in any country. A complete ban on filesharing is implausible and they will find it largley unenforceable.
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coincidence . . . it happens all the time. this thread is based on rootless assumptions
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They wouldn't be related. They would have been licensed anyway, and taken off.
Silly.
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Sleepneeded127 wrote:


SortedeVaras wrote:

Really?! . .No shit they hate fansubs, but if they saw no profit in it why would they bother with American subbers? As I said "Good for everyone NOT living in Japan" which is me and you.

Fact: It costs more then it should to buy anime especially from bigger companies like Bandai. A major Hollywood movie costs a shitload of cash to make yet is avalible for $15 on release day. They are not remaking the anime, just redubbing it and bring it over, so why the high cost?


you dont get it is BAD for those not living in Japan because the the Fan subbers will not be able to get the raws since the ISP's are stopping file sharing. and anime companies have threatened to take many fan sub groups to court for subbing. this mean if you dont live in Japan you will not see it at all

the cost is not that high it is about the the same as it is in Japan and they have to pay back the original rights holders


Incorrect, it is impossible to accuratly track that much internet traffic in any country. A complete ban on filesharing is implausible and they will find it largley unenforceable.


it is possible and not hard at all since many offices and privet companies have software that does it now. the government would have a harder time but since it us the ISPs. there will always a few who can get around it but 90% will not
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Sleepneeded127 wrote:


SortedeVaras wrote:


Sleepneeded127 wrote:


SortedeVaras wrote:

Really?! . .No shit they hate fansubs, but if they saw no profit in it why would they bother with American subbers? As I said "Good for everyone NOT living in Japan" which is me and you.

Fact: It costs more then it should to buy anime especially from bigger companies like Bandai. A major Hollywood movie costs a shitload of cash to make yet is avalible for $15 on release day. They are not remaking the anime, just redubbing it and bring it over, so why the high cost?


you dont get it is BAD for those not living in Japan because the the Fan subbers will not be able to get the raws since the ISP's are stopping file sharing. and anime companies have threatened to take many fan sub groups to court for subbing. this mean if you dont live in Japan you will not see it at all

the cost is not that high it is about the the same as it is in Japan and they have to pay back the original rights holders


Incorrect, it is impossible to accuratly track that much internet traffic in any country. A complete ban on filesharing is implausible and they will find it largley unenforceable.


it is possible and not hard at all since many offices and privet companies have software that does it now. the government would have a harder time but since it us the ISPs. there will always a few who can get around it but 90% will not


But think of the numbers here. As of August 2007 there are 87,540,000 Internet users in Japan, 68% of the population. If 10% (a high number I picked because the math is easy to do) are file sharing that equals out to 8,754,000 which is far too many to enforce the law on. Even if it is a smaller percentage of file sharing users amount is still to great.
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sigh.
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SortedeVaras wrote:


Sleepneeded127 wrote:


SortedeVaras wrote:


Sleepneeded127 wrote:


SortedeVaras wrote:

Really?! . .No shit they hate fansubs, but if they saw no profit in it why would they bother with American subbers? As I said "Good for everyone NOT living in Japan" which is me and you.

Fact: It costs more then it should to buy anime especially from bigger companies like Bandai. A major Hollywood movie costs a shitload of cash to make yet is avalible for $15 on release day. They are not remaking the anime, just redubbing it and bring it over, so why the high cost?


you dont get it is BAD for those not living in Japan because the the Fan subbers will not be able to get the raws since the ISP's are stopping file sharing. and anime companies have threatened to take many fan sub groups to court for subbing. this mean if you dont live in Japan you will not see it at all

the cost is not that high it is about the the same as it is in Japan and they have to pay back the original rights holders


Incorrect, it is impossible to accuratly track that much internet traffic in any country. A complete ban on filesharing is implausible and they will find it largley unenforceable.


it is possible and not hard at all since many offices and privet companies have software that does it now. the government would have a harder time but since it us the ISPs. there will always a few who can get around it but 90% will not


But think of the numbers here. As of August 2007 there are 87,540,000 Internet users in Japan. If 10% are file sharing that equals out to 8,754,000 which is far too many to enforce the law on. Even if it is a smaller percentage of file sharing users amount is still to great.


not really American ISPs is known for slowing down the bandwith of users when file sharing. an automated process would take care of it very easy. since each ISP is only doing there costumers its breaks it down and they have government support to help. beside that they dont need 100%. all they really need is around 25% because once u get caught they are going to ban you so you will not be able to get online at all. that will cause is it filter out
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probably just a coincidence, cuz if Gonzo did play a part in liscensing the timing is a bit off
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Sleepneeded127 wrote:


SortedeVaras wrote:


Sleepneeded127 wrote:


SortedeVaras wrote:


Sleepneeded127 wrote:


SortedeVaras wrote:

Really?! . .No shit they hate fansubs, but if they saw no profit in it why would they bother with American subbers? As I said "Good for everyone NOT living in Japan" which is me and you.

Fact: It costs more then it should to buy anime especially from bigger companies like Bandai. A major Hollywood movie costs a shitload of cash to make yet is avalible for $15 on release day. They are not remaking the anime, just redubbing it and bring it over, so why the high cost?


you dont get it is BAD for those not living in Japan because the the Fan subbers will not be able to get the raws since the ISP's are stopping file sharing. and anime companies have threatened to take many fan sub groups to court for subbing. this mean if you dont live in Japan you will not see it at all

the cost is not that high it is about the the same as it is in Japan and they have to pay back the original rights holders


Incorrect, it is impossible to accuratly track that much internet traffic in any country. A complete ban on filesharing is implausible and they will find it largley unenforceable.


it is possible and not hard at all since many offices and privet companies have software that does it now. the government would have a harder time but since it us the ISPs. there will always a few who can get around it but 90% will not


But think of the numbers here. As of August 2007 there are 87,540,000 Internet users in Japan. If 10% are file sharing that equals out to 8,754,000 which is far too many to enforce the law on. Even if it is a smaller percentage of file sharing users amount is still to great.


not really American ISPs is known for slowing down the bandwith of users when file sharing. an automated process would take care of it very easy. since each ISP is only doing there costumers its breaks it down and they have government support to help. beside that they dont need 100%. all they really need is around 25% because once u get caught they are going to ban you so you will not be able to get online at all. that will cause is it filter out


American ISPs will do it until someone can prove that they are and takes them to court. Help the fight by aiding Azureus in collecting data about ISP attempts to cut off filesharing for future negotiations.

I still think the numbers are just too great, they will make a big show of banning filesharing then after a year or two will give up when they see no profit from it. Maybe if they just wrote them tickets or hit them with fines the government would care more. Besides cutting off the internet for any percentage of the population will have a negative effect on the already weak economy.
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SortedeVaras wrote:


Sleepneeded127 wrote:


SortedeVaras wrote:


Sleepneeded127 wrote:


SortedeVaras wrote:


Sleepneeded127 wrote:


SortedeVaras wrote:

Really?! . .No shit they hate fansubs, but if they saw no profit in it why would they bother with American subbers? As I said "Good for everyone NOT living in Japan" which is me and you.

Fact: It costs more then it should to buy anime especially from bigger companies like Bandai. A major Hollywood movie costs a shitload of cash to make yet is avalible for $15 on release day. They are not remaking the anime, just redubbing it and bring it over, so why the high cost?


you dont get it is BAD for those not living in Japan because the the Fan subbers will not be able to get the raws since the ISP's are stopping file sharing. and anime companies have threatened to take many fan sub groups to court for subbing. this mean if you dont live in Japan you will not see it at all

the cost is not that high it is about the the same as it is in Japan and they have to pay back the original rights holders


Incorrect, it is impossible to accuratly track that much internet traffic in any country. A complete ban on filesharing is implausible and they will find it largley unenforceable.


it is possible and not hard at all since many offices and privet companies have software that does it now. the government would have a harder time but since it us the ISPs. there will always a few who can get around it but 90% will not


But think of the numbers here. As of August 2007 there are 87,540,000 Internet users in Japan. If 10% are file sharing that equals out to 8,754,000 which is far too many to enforce the law on. Even if it is a smaller percentage of file sharing users amount is still to great.


not really American ISPs is known for slowing down the bandwith of users when file sharing. an automated process would take care of it very easy. since each ISP is only doing there costumers its breaks it down and they have government support to help. beside that they dont need 100%. all they really need is around 25% because once u get caught they are going to ban you so you will not be able to get online at all. that will cause is it filter out


American ISPs will do it until someone can prove that they are and takes them to court. Help the fight by aiding Azureus in collecting data about ISP attempts to cut off filesharing for future negotiations.

I still think the numbers are just too great, they will make a big show of banning filesharing then after a year or two will give up when they see no profit from it. Besides cutting off the internet for any percentage of the population will have a negative effect on the already weak economy.


the American one Comcast has admitted to doing so recently.

not really because all they need is one big blitz of banning then as a scare tactic and most will stop on its own
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Yeah i agree,since shinji was talking to gonzo so many good anime's were being licensed
like NARUTO BLEACH AND MAJOR





(cause of this i kinda thought that CR sucks...)
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Sleepneeded127 wrote:


SortedeVaras wrote:


Sleepneeded127 wrote:


SortedeVaras wrote:


Sleepneeded127 wrote:


SortedeVaras wrote:


Sleepneeded127 wrote:


SortedeVaras wrote:

Really?! . .No shit they hate fansubs, but if they saw no profit in it why would they bother with American subbers? As I said "Good for everyone NOT living in Japan" which is me and you.

Fact: It costs more then it should to buy anime especially from bigger companies like Bandai. A major Hollywood movie costs a shitload of cash to make yet is avalible for $15 on release day. They are not remaking the anime, just redubbing it and bring it over, so why the high cost?


you dont get it is BAD for those not living in Japan because the the Fan subbers will not be able to get the raws since the ISP's are stopping file sharing. and anime companies have threatened to take many fan sub groups to court for subbing. this mean if you dont live in Japan you will not see it at all

the cost is not that high it is about the the same as it is in Japan and they have to pay back the original rights holders


Incorrect, it is impossible to accuratly track that much internet traffic in any country. A complete ban on filesharing is implausible and they will find it largley unenforceable.


it is possible and not hard at all since many offices and privet companies have software that does it now. the government would have a harder time but since it us the ISPs. there will always a few who can get around it but 90% will not


But think of the numbers here. As of August 2007 there are 87,540,000 Internet users in Japan. If 10% are file sharing that equals out to 8,754,000 which is far too many to enforce the law on. Even if it is a smaller percentage of file sharing users amount is still to great.


not really American ISPs is known for slowing down the bandwith of users when file sharing. an automated process would take care of it very easy. since each ISP is only doing there costumers its breaks it down and they have government support to help. beside that they dont need 100%. all they really need is around 25% because once u get caught they are going to ban you so you will not be able to get online at all. that will cause is it filter out


American ISPs will do it until someone can prove that they are and takes them to court. Help the fight by aiding Azureus in collecting data about ISP attempts to cut off filesharing for future negotiations.

I still think the numbers are just too great, they will make a big show of banning filesharing then after a year or two will give up when they see no profit from it. Besides cutting off the internet for any percentage of the population will have a negative effect on the already weak economy.


the American one Comcast has admitted to doing so recently.

not really because all they need is one big blitz of banning then as a scare tactic and most will stop on its own


And how long before someone sues them for that? If you paid for 200mbps then you should be able to use 200mbps no matter what you are doing with it. Any action from a company spying on your online activity is against your basic rights to privacy and would be dealt with harshly in a higher court.

I think the ban would work better if it was like a speeding ticket and showed a direct profit for the government. Like I said, let it go on for a year or two and this will all be forgotten.
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