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In the past few days, I've been trying to find the anime Black Cat, since Crunchyroll had removed it. However, in practically eevery website i choose to find this show, they told me the same thing, "This Video Has Been Removed Due to Infringement"
Basically, these websites removed Black Cat from there website for legal matters. Almost every website that streams anime is now being sued for having licensed anime. Soon, who knows whether these sites will have any licensed anime left, or even if they will have anime at all.
The first anime to go that I've found is, Black Cat, which one is next?
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Posted 12/30/08 , edited 12/30/08
The world of anime online is changing. Maybe if you're lucky the company that owns it will put it streaming online for free. It's being done by lots of other companies, so its not out of the question. In the meantime, learn to use torrents, they are rarely if ever deleted because of infringement. I mean you can get a beta of the next version of Windows, if you know where to look.
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The only anime I ever really watch on-line is the stuff that you can't get physical copies of, so I've never really had this problem. Of course, almost all of that kind of illegal download comes via torrent, which doesn't help a lot when you have minimal access to the internet.

My suggestion is go look for an actual copy of the anime, whether by window shopping or looking on line for it. I find it much more satisfying to watch something you actually own than low quality pirated stuff floating around.
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Posted 12/30/08

Tochiroh wrote:

My suggestion is go look for an actual copy of the anime, whether by window shopping or looking on line for it. I find it much more satisfying to watch something you actually own than low quality pirated stuff floating around.


While this may be true, if you get the fansub from the fansubbers, instead of a download or stream from someone else, the quality is pretty good. And often it is the fastest option. For the sake of community, I like being caught up on a series, and watching the illegal fansubs is often the only way to do that. Plus not everyone has money they can afford to spend on anime.

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Posted 12/30/08 , edited 12/30/08

shadow_holder wrote:

In the past few days, I've been trying to find the anime Black Cat, since Crunchyroll had removed it. However, in practically eevery website i choose to find this show, they told me the same thing, "This Video Has Been Removed Due to Infringement"
Basically, these websites removed Black Cat from there website for legal matters. Almost every website that streams anime is now being sued for having licensed anime. Soon, who knows whether these sites will have any licensed anime left, or even if they will have anime at all.
The first anime to go that I've found is, Black Cat, which one is next?


Torrents is your friend Or just buy the DVD's like i'm doing, i dl all eps of a show i want to see, if it's good i'll always buy dvd's (when i have cash ofc)
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Posted 12/30/08
if its licensed why don't you buy it instead of stealing it?
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Posted 12/30/08

Tsubasa_Lover_4Ever wrote:

if its licensed why don't you buy it instead of stealing it?


I'd dl the eps instead of wasting cash on a show that i don't know if i'll like, that's my reason of dling.
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Posted 12/30/08 , edited 12/30/08
How about actually purchasing the fucking dvds?

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Someone has already said it, but obviously people can't appreciate anime on dvd anymore. |:>
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Posted 12/30/08
which site is good for torrent
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Posted 12/30/08
I'm loving the two separate conversations here.

1) Buy the bloody DVD

2) Where can has torrents plz?

Not sure which I want to partake in anymore, so I think that I'll do both, i.e. buy the DVD's as I'm illegally downloading them on my PC!

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Tochiroh wrote:

The only anime I ever really watch on-line is the stuff that you can't get physical copies of, so I've never really had this problem. Of course, almost all of that kind of illegal download comes via torrent, which doesn't help a lot when you have minimal access to the internet.

My suggestion is go look for an actual copy of the anime, whether by window shopping or looking on line for it. I find it much more satisfying to watch something you actually own than low quality pirated stuff floating around.


A lot of anime on the web is good quality as well.
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shadow_holder wrote:

In the past few days, I've been trying to find the anime Black Cat, since Crunchyroll had removed it. However, in practically eevery website i choose to find this show, they told me the same thing, "This Video Has Been Removed Due to Infringement"
Basically, these websites removed Black Cat from there website for legal matters. Almost every website that streams anime is now being sued for having licensed anime. Soon, who knows whether these sites will have any licensed anime left, or even if they will have anime at all.
The first anime to go that I've found is, Black Cat, which one is next?


It's on the net somewhere if you really wanna watch it. Though if you have the money i'd go buy it like people are saying.
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DemonWithin912 wrote:

How about actually purchasing the fucking dvds?

edit:

Someone has already said it, but obviously people can't appreciate anime on dvd anymore. |:>


I buy what i can , but money is an issue :x
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I have no problem with buying the anime on dvd, however my cash funds are low. And downloading anything on my older model computer would make it go slower. But this isn't the point of this forum. The point was to tell people that many websites that show licensed anime are starting to stop. That eventally no one may be able to watch any licensed anime online.
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Posted 12/30/08

shadow_holder wrote:
That eventally no one may be able to watch any licensed anime online.

Actually in about a week there will be a bunch of licensed anime you can watch online, legally, and for free. Right here at crunchyroll. They may not have Black Cat, but that doesn't mean they never will. If anything watching licensed anime online is about to get way easier.
Posted 12/30/08 , edited 12/31/08

shadow_holder wrote:

In the past few days, I've been trying to find the anime Black Cat, since Crunchyroll had removed it. However, in practically eevery website i choose to find this show, they told me the same thing, "This Video Has Been Removed Due to Infringement"
Basically, these websites removed Black Cat from there website for legal matters. Almost every website that streams anime is now being sued for having licensed anime. Soon, who knows whether these sites will have any licensed anime left, or even if they will have anime at all.
The first anime to go that I've found is, Black Cat, which one is next?


dude, u didn't search well, i fount it on two websites, you should search well before posting
go 2 yahoo video
http://get-anime.net/black-cat-episode-1 And after you finish that find the link or just backspace the 1 and enter in 2...works
here are 2,there maybe more places to find it .
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