Currently, the structure of fansubbing distribution is highly decentralized and  difficult  to  coordinate.  In  peer-to-peer  file  sharing,  there  are  no  central organizations  but  rather  multiple  –  very  transient  –  global  networks  among individual file sharers. With such a structure, it might be hard for fansubbers and their users to reach a new consensus on their ethics: many fansubbers even feel that the field is too decentralized and globalized to be called a ‘commu-

 Lee, Hye-Kyung. 2011. “Cultural Consumer and Copyright: A Case Study of Anime Fansubbing.” Creative Industries Journal 3 (3):237–252.
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