Manga Artist Maki Murakami Targets Large Pirate Site NyaHentai.com
Japanese manga artist Maki Murakami has gone to court in the United States after several pirate sites published her work without permission. Among the platforms is NyaHentai, a large pirate service with an estimated 24 million visits per month, making it Japan’s 75th most visited site overall. Murakami’s legal team is attempting to find out who runs this platform and several more.
While pirate sites offering mainstream movies and TV shows regularly pull in millions of visits every month, just a few years ago it would’ve been unthinkable that those operating in niches could become equally ranked.
These days, however, sites offering Japanese comics and animation are immensely popular with ever-increasing audiences in the West, making some manga and anime sites just as highly visited as their ‘mainstream’ content counterparts.
NyaHentai.com is a particularly popular platform. Specializing in the ‘hentai’ genre (adult content with often extraordinary themes), the site has built up a huge audience which, according to SimilarWeb stats, is currently topping 24 million visits per month.
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