If it wasn't on this whole time, you can be sure that it's on now, oh yes you can.
What's on, you ask? The war against scanlation, that's what. Pretty much every major manga publisher on both sides of the Pacific have joined forces to form a "multi-national manga anti-piracy coalition" to combat the "rampant and growing problem of internet piracy plaguing the manga industry". Obviously, they're talking about scanlations, particularly the "aggregator" sites that gather scans together in one place to earn ad revenue and charge membership fees and whatnot.
The membership roster is impressive indeed, including the thirty-six members of the Japan Digital Comic Association, Square Enix, VIZ Media, TokyoPOP, the Tuttle-Mori Agency, Yen Press, and Vertical, inc.
Said a spokesperson:
And that's that. It's on.
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