I don't usually throw ants on everyone's picnic like this, but I'm just curious about the impending reactions of the Recording and Motion Picture Associations of America concerning this recently large influx of seedboxes on the scene, as it were, of torrenting.
They are impending, right? America's watchdogs have keen eyes - they've litigated against torrents sites and news servers, and are employing computer software engineers to create anti-copyright filtering mechanisms for ISPs, as a sort of joint operation.
Wouldn't they litigate for restrictions on seedboxes, should they become increasingly popular, especially those hosters that welcome torrenters with open arms? I suppose they can't, because it would be poor business move for the hosting companies if they could. Perhaps I'm a bit naive about international relations?
My curiousity partly stems from the not quite ameliorated anxiety that I imagine will still be felt when I begin file sharing from a seedbox. I just can't believe that I will truly be freed from the prospect of getting in trouble. However, I know there is no guarantee, but the putative convictions of the seedbox hosters say otherwise, I should let you know.