Those three runs a manga cafe, where people can come and read as much as manga you want with certain fee. I don't think people who provide us raws are those guys. HOWEVER, it's most likely that those guys will chicken out. Well, we'll see.
By the way, those guys didn't get caught until they start to earn money (this year). Before that, they received warning publishers but they just ignored it.
Following manga-ka sued him:
Akamatsu Takeshi, Akimoto Osamu (Kochi Kame), Adachi Mitsuru (Touch), Ichijo Yukari (Yukan Club), Inoue Takehiko (Slam Dunk), Urasawa Naoki (Monster, 20th CB), Shigeno Shuuichi, Takahashi Rumiko (Inuyasha), Fujisawa Tohru (GTO)
My question for you would be:
If Oda is included in one of the above, would you stop leeching off of the net and go buy your own copy? Obviously he wouldn't want to you to read off the net.
Even without that, I encourage you to buy Tanko, whether it be Japanese version or whatever language you can get. At least one volume. … Yeah.
They'd probably only be concerned about a site hosting downloads of the Japanese versions, scans in English, while still illegal, wouldn't be as troubling, since the Japanese people who would be buying Jump wouldn't get much use out of them(unless they were fluent in English).
Some people do care. I used to host English scanlated manga online (which is not licensed at where I live), but the author didn't like it and he gave me an email through his publisher and/or legal person. They did say if I don't follow their request, they'd sue me. I asked permission for putting some images and translated text script, but they said no for those as well. I talked more about it here: