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A JYJ "Mini" post : JYJ against Netizens

SBS “Morning Wide”: JYJ’s declaration of war against malicious netizens


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JYJ’s agency C-JeS Entertainment to actively pursue underage malicious netizens



JYJ‘s agency C-JeS Entertainment has announced that it will continue to actively file suits against netizens who make malicious comments and spread false rumors, including netizens who may be minors.

The agency stated on December 6th, “We have reported about 20 some cases to the cyber police this year, and we’ll continuously notify the police of more cases of people who leave malicious comments concerning JYJ. Though we expected the situation to improve, it has not improved at this point in time, so we’re actively releasing a statement.

The representative went on, “The netizens who leave malicious comments range in age from their teens to late twenties. There are times that underage netizens will ask to be forgiven due to reasons such as school and their future. Though we’ve previously accepted written apologies and made mutual agreements, this has not eradicated the malicious comments and rumors.”

“We cannot say that simply expressing that one dislikes JYJ is malicious. We’re talking about false news that start with ‘I heard from someone I knew’ or ‘I saw them’ that cannot be trusted.”

C-JeS Entertainment has released a statement on its official homepage and have notified various news sites of the warning.

In related news, JYJ will be releasing a new album next year.

Source: Osen via Nate | Credit: Allkpop


[NEWS] JYJ say, “We won’t forgive the people who leave malicious comments about us”

JYJ’s agency recently announced that they will respond strongly against some people who leave malicious comments about JYJ.

On December 6, C-Jes Entertainment, JYJ’s agency, stated, “We have reported about twenty cases to the cyber police. We’ll continuously notify the police of more cases of people who leave malicious comments about JYJ.”

The agency says, “We allow people to express themselves freely, but we cannot forgive the people who have left malicious comments about JYJ for over six months.”

According to the agency, some people keep cursing JYJ dozens of times a day and even upload pictures of the members bleeding. They also spread false rumors about the group.

The agency says, “We haven’t really responded against them because we thought they were also fans. However, some people are severely damaging JYJ’s image, so we’ve decided to respond strongly against them. The people who have left malicious comments about JYJ often say they’ve done it out of curiosity. We’ve forgiven some of the people who were under age, but that’s not going to be the case anymore. We hope that people who leave malicious comments about other people online realize that they’re actually damaging the people.”

Source: Starnews | Credit: En.Korea 


Article 1: Source: Osen via Nate | Credit: Allkpop
Article 2: Source: Starnews | Credit: En.Korea
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dongwook 7th-Dec-2012 07:41 pm (UTC)
JAE, WHY SO PRETTY??! Ugh... Can't people just leave these boys alone? ;~;
<333
asnindie 7th-Dec-2012 11:42 pm (UTC)
In that pic it looks like he's channeling Leeteuk tbh.

Edited at 2012-12-07 11:45 pm (UTC)
dongwook 8th-Dec-2012 12:05 am (UTC)
I agree~ ;;

Edited at 2012-12-08 12:05 am (UTC)
erbalurbal 7th-Dec-2012 07:52 pm (UTC)
lol really? I would be more impressed if they went after sasaengs that are doing actual damage to them.
shintotchi 8th-Dec-2012 01:45 am (UTC)
There have to be laws in place that allow them to pursue saesangs first. I believe those laws will be passed in January, but for now they're SOL.
smileyushi 8th-Dec-2012 01:55 am (UTC)
there's actually going to be a law?! yessss! I hope the law will help out the idols a lil bit.
unofficialdear 8th-Dec-2012 02:24 am (UTC)
there will be a law for that? do you have a source? I totally wanna see an article for that *_*
shintotchi 8th-Dec-2012 05:52 am (UTC)
I always saw people mention it in the sasaeng threads, but when I looked for an article, this is the best I could find. However this one says a clause is already in place. But since I don't know the details, I can't say how helpful it is. :/

http://www.aljazeera.com/indepth/features/2012/11/2012112512266385478.html
ayumikoshiro 7th-Dec-2012 08:05 pm (UTC)
Maybe there is an organization that these malicious netizens are really working for and they're hoping they'll give up the goods once arrested/persecuted.
pepper 7th-Dec-2012 08:11 pm (UTC)
I'm glad someone finally went all cyber police on these people tbh.
It's okay to dislike people, really, it is, but sending them death threats and the like is crossing the line.
sandra_hall 7th-Dec-2012 09:32 pm (UTC)
to be fair you should be allowed upload pictures of someone bleeding if that's what you wanna do, but slander and libel aren't okay. Neither is inciting hatred.

Edited at 2012-12-07 09:33 pm (UTC)
x_ea_x 7th-Dec-2012 09:49 pm (UTC)
They make the malicious comments sound mild in these articles. They're not at all. Some of their anti-fans are the worst and many of the people C-jes reported were in the same hate group. In nearly every article released in SK about JYJ, the anti-'s would leave hateful comments, try to create rumors, or vote up other negative comments in hopes the media would catch on to it. They would go into the JYJ DC galls (the group and their individual galls) and spread their hate there too. They would leave death threats and talk about their families, etc.

Also about the sasaengs, C-jes did try to go after them too. Since there's no strict laws against stalking in Korea (as of yet), there's not much police will do. And since the majority of the sasaengs they did catch were minors, they pretty much got a slap on the wrist and let go.


Edited at 2012-12-07 09:50 pm (UTC)
asnindie 7th-Dec-2012 11:44 pm (UTC)
Exactly. The Anti fans JYJ have are scary, I'm glad they're finally taking them on though, noone should have put up with the ridiculous slandering.
eishastan 8th-Dec-2012 12:19 am (UTC)
C-Jes loves legal bull don't they? it's like they are either suing or getting sued all the time, if i didn't knew they were an entertainment agency i would think they are a legal firm tbqh.
jaejoong 9th-Dec-2012 05:56 am (UTC)
Well, what else can they do?
It's best to nip it in the bud instead of just hanging back like Tablo's old company and letting the problem get to the level his did.
furcalor 8th-Dec-2012 01:11 am (UTC)
It's scary how much damage netizens can do. I mean just take what happened to Tablo for example. Genuinely creepy stuff right there.
kohaku_chuu 8th-Dec-2012 01:12 am (UTC)
I find it kinda funny that they took footage from the NII-shoot and the making-of from last years world-tour for the video...let them get on TV-shows now, goddamnit! D:
unofficialdear 8th-Dec-2012 02:22 am (UTC)
They should seriously consider to start doing damage control for sasaengs even more. IMO
orenji13 8th-Dec-2012 02:33 am (UTC)
These kind of comment that get Tablo into tangled..

Just because some smart ass say: "I know from someone that he is.. " and start slandering..

sub_divided 8th-Dec-2012 03:00 am (UTC)
It kind of surprises me to hear that there are slander and libel laws in SK. It's so common, I thought it was like the stalking thing, socially frowned upon but not actually illegal. Unless this is more like online harassment laws? Either way, I'm glad they're doing something.
soft_daisy 8th-Dec-2012 06:01 am (UTC)
I say go for it and do what it takes to make there be repercussions for the slander and continued harassment. After so long, it no longer seems like a thing to be taken lightly.
dysphoriia 8th-Dec-2012 10:15 pm (UTC)
came here to say that thumbnail made me lmao
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