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Japan Is Cracking Down On Illegal Translation Groups

If you consume a lot of Japanese culture, namely anime and manga, you probably know a thing or two about fan translations. Without them, a lot of our favorite properties wouldn’t be available […] The post Japan Is Cracking Down On Illegal Translation Groups appeared first on
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