Interface: The Journal of Education, Community and Values
The previous article on scanlations provided an overview of the phenomenon and the copyright issues related to it. Initially, the articles in Interface were intended to be only two parts. However, considering the recent developments on the issue, Part II will now become Parts II and III. Part II of this discussion covers the users of scanlations, and the authors, artists, and publishers harmed by scanlations. Part III will review the current issues and offer suggestions to publishers.
Nowlin, N. (2010). Scanlations: Copyright Infringement for Literature and Art Fans Brought to You by the Internet Part II. Interface: The Journal of Education, Community and Values 10(8). Available http://bcis.pacificu.edu/journal/article.php?id=729