China continues to ban Japanese animation


China has released a blacklist of banned anime. The content from said anime is said to be ”pornographic and violent” and includes such popular titles as Tokyo Ravens, Attack on Titan, Death Note, and about 38 other cartoons and comics. Moreover, 29 streaming websites were fined as a result of having available content for users to stream.

Chinese customers are complaining that their country is not letting them make the choices of what is suitable to watch and instead have turned to cloud or peer-to-peer services to get their anime fix.

So, yea Parents Television Council. If you want to ban cartoons from television, why don’t you go ahead and send your asses to China where you can ban all you want.

John Schwarz

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