In other news: Doujinshi are saved.
Derivative works get outside the scope of the change to not require a formal complaint [by the copyright owner] for prosecution.
>Doujinshi are saved.
>not "doujinshi creation/possession will soon be punishable by death"
Next thing you'll tell me is that everything the TPP has to punish me for downloading music will be as ineffective as the laws that are currently in place.
Why can't the dystopia just come so I can be a guy in a trenchcoat selling bootleg doujins and pirated music on cassettes in the back alleys? This doesn't fit in with the fearmongering meme at all.
>mfw laws threaten doujinshi when stores in Japan like らしんばん sell a shitload of those and probably make huge profit from those doujinshi
Do filthy Westerners really expect to kill amateur works when Japan's very business has a branch pretty much focused on this type of work? There's no way the shops will agree to this, and nobody in Japan would be enough of a shithead to report the sale of doujinshi to whatever judicial instance.
No, the TPP wasn't made to kill doujinshi. That's so fucking insignificant in comparison that literally no one gives a fuck(from the people that was the TPP, big corporations) about them. Doujinshi were just swept up along with their main interests. And anyone who seriously believed this would kill doujinshi, either spends way too much time on /pol/ in which case he should fuck off back there since his brain is already fried beyond repair, or is actually extremely stupid.