At a glance, Project GXS is similar to one of the many fan-created blogs on anime. But clicking onto the index brings up a mammoth list of all the movies listed on the site. Some of the titles offer direct downloads apart from torrenting.
Some of these anime torrenting sites also provide filters that return the torrent results of animes within specific dates. Your chances of watching old movies on torrent sites are higher than tuning in to the mainstream streaming providers.
As a result, you get every bit of information that you need before downloading anime. Apart from anime, Limetorrents also offers verified torrent downloads for movies, games, music, TV shows, software, and much more.
Usually, no companies are as strict as the RIAA (Although, Ironically, my \"Stop Torrenting, Thanks\" letter from comcast was sparked by downloading a Tom Cruise movie. Silly Scientologists and their lawyers), but yeah. Usually, a company will sit on a torrent, collect IPs, then contact those ISPs and tell them to warn the user. The RIAA has stopped going after end downloaders somewhat to focus more on the people distributing them, since going after everyone under the sun illegally downloading would be both insanely expensive and a horrible PR move. Sort of like how drug possession is just a fine in a lot of places now, and the sellers are the ones the police are really out to get. -- Phoeba WrightOBJECTION! 14:06, 9 May 2007 (UTC)Reply[reply] 1e1e36bf2d