Well I certainly totally do not engage with such lowly criminal scum, but there does seem to be more consistency. More series get regular updates than suddenly stopping by a pretty good margin. A series one picks up being canceled IRL rather early is a bigger concern. And the "big" series have scanlators falling over themselves to snipe series at the first opportunity. It's actually kind of a concern: there's people in the industry that leak the digital files used for the prints, which means the fastest pirates can get a translated chapter out literally before the Japanese version is available for sale. That genuinely upsets me, what with legal services like mangaplus literally letting people read the latest chapters for free, yet being undercut like this. It's probably just a matter of time before places like r/manga gets targeted by the ritual purgings that the industry does occasionally in order to protect the precedent of their copyrights. The mods are scared to confront the issue, and it's going to come back to bite them when the day of reckoning comes and the admins come a'knocking with a cease and desist letter they received from the manga industry.