Japanese anime “Ultraman Tiga” was removed from the entire network-Japan Pass

Summary: On September 24, the Japanese cartoon “Ultraman Tiga” was suspected of being removed from the entire network. Online video platforms such as iQiyi, Youku, Mango TV, Station B, etc. were unable to search for Tiga Ultraman dramas, which attracted the attention of netizens.

On September 24, the Japanese cartoon “Ultraman Tiga” was suspected of being removed from the entire network. Online video platforms such as iQiyi, Youku, Mango TV, Station B, etc. were unable to search for Tiga Ultraman dramas, which attracted the attention of netizens.

A source pointed out that it is suspected that a parent believed that “Ultra Tiga” contained violent content and reported the cartoon.

In April this year, “Tiga” was named by the Jiangsu Provincial Consumer Protection Committee in the “Investigation Report on the Safe Consumption of Violations of Minors in the Field of Animation” (hereinafter referred to as the “Report”), and was accused of being involved in armed assault and intimidation by multiple people. Some netizens believe that the removal of the series may be related to violent plots such as arson and explosion. However, on the 24th, the relevant staff of the Jiangsu Provincial Consumer Protection Committee denied this, saying that the removal of “Tiga” from the entire network may be the autonomous behavior of the relevant platform.

On September 25th, Youku’s online manual customer service stated that “Diga” could not be watched temporarily due to content adjustment and optimization; Tencent customer service replied that due to copyright and cooperation period, the platform will remove some videos from time to time; B station and iQiyi customer service Said that the specific situation is subject to the actual search results on the site, and the latter also said that it has not received relevant notifications.

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