Sgt. Frog Characters Appear in New "Stop! Piracy" Video for Manga- Anime Guardians Project

The clip will be screened in 75 theaters in the Kanto area from December 24

 

 

As the fourth in a series of activities to promote and raise awareness of the Manga-Anime Guardians Project (MAGP), a new "Stop! Piracy" clip featuring the characters from the Sgt. Frog anime franchise has been produced. In Japan, the anti-piracy video series featuring a camera-headed character named "Eiga Dorobou" (Movie Thief) is shown before every movie screening. In this clip, Eiga Dorobou performs with Keroro, who is trying to access pirated anime and manga without knowing its illegality, along with his friends.

 

MAGP was launched in July 2013 in order for manga publishers and animation-related companies to cross-sectionally share information on piracy in Japan and abroad, investigate the actual situation, and take countermeasures. This new "Stop! Piracy" video was produced to inform the public that the illegal downloading of infringing content, which was previously limited to movies and music works, now covers all copyrighted works due to the revised Copyright Act, which came into effect on January 1, 2021. The clip will be screened in 75 theaters in the Kanto area from December 24. 

 

 

 

 

 


 

Source: CODA

 

©Mine Yoshizaki/Kadokawa Shoten,BNP, TV TOKYO, NAS

 

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