By HIKARI MARUYAMA/ Staff Writer
February 14, 2021 at 08:00 JST
A leaflet of the Agency for Cultural Affairs, part of which is shown here, uses a character from “KochiKame: Tokyo Beat Cops,” a popular manga series, to announce revisions to the Copyright Law and call on the public not to turn to pirated editions. (Provided by the Agency for Cultural Affairs)
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