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This sounds fucking terrifying because I routinely use my torrent client to grab things like Linux distros and other open source software, so what happens when they decide to gut me over it? These are scary times people. Very scary indeed.
I'm using my torrent client to steal music at this very second! Help!
I guess my sarcasm didn't catch... Well half sarcasm. Considering that I'm in a legal grey area (I think) with the torrenting... xD
Oh no I was being serious. I had a panique attaque.
I've wrapped up my "other" torrenting for good now. Only using it for Open Source.