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Twitter is currently ablaze as Shueisha, a Japanese company headquartered in Chiyoda, Tokyo, Japan decided to enact their copyright bot on Twitter to basically destroy any account that has so much as dared used their property in any capacity, and fans are not too thrilled about it.

Many Twitter users were greeted with emails, aka, copyright notice about all their tweets that were picked up by the Shueisha bot. This forced many Twitter users to hide their accounts in order to try and delete all tweets with One Piece, Dragon Ball, and any other franchise relating to Shueisha. Yes, even profile photos were at risk of being hit. And if found guilty, your entire account can be deleted under this copyright.

Even fanart was no safe from this cyber-genocide that is occurring online. So if I were you, I’d think about the last thing you posted that One piece clip.

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