Websites Can Legally Pirate Porn Movies, Prosecutors RuleTorrentFreak
Mar. 24, 2013
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For years Japanís leading producers of pornographic movies have been battling to protect their content overseas. In particular they have focused on Taiwan where websites openly sell their videos and TV channels air their content without permission. The studios eventually took legal action, but to no avail. This week prosecutors made the decision not to prosecute any of the alleged pirates, ruling that since pornography is obscene it isnít worthy of copyright protection.