A Doujinshi Author's Guide to Sending DMCA Complaints to Google

Nounanka lets Pixiv artists know how to battle online piracy

Say you've been slaving away drawing steamy scenes between Madoka Magica's Mami and Pokemon's Ash, take a break and discover that Google searches are returning links to pirated versions of your doujinshi. How do you address that injustice? Nounanka (NSFW) has the solution, and, in manga-ish form, has instructed the artists on Japanese online community Pixiv how to send a Digital Millennium Copyright Act complaint.





If you're curious, Nounanka's raunchy stuff is very raunchy. Here are a few of his less trangressive pieces from his Pixiv page... or excerpts from works that get pretty naughty.




Scott Green is editor and reporter for anime and manga at geek entertainment site Ain't It Cool News. Follow him on Twitter at @aicnanime.

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