Not so much anti-piracy laws, but laws about torrents, p2p filesharing, and all that stuff in general. This post will probably make me look like a hipocrit, since I pirate a lot of stuff, but just pretend that I didn't I don't understand why the government can't just shut down torrent sites, and other p2p services in general. I understand the laws behind why they can keep torrent sites up and running, because the website isn't hosting the torrents, the user is, but I just don't see why the government can't look past that and just shut the site down. If a site is allowing somebody to download copyrighted material without paying for it, that site should be shut down. Of course, it would be insanely hard to get every site out there, because there are so many, but I just don't understand why it's so easy to look past the simple concept of "if a site is letting you download illegally, no matter the means, it should be shut down". I know that this might not be the best site to have a topic about this, but I've always wondered about this. Sorry if I couldn't explain the topic better, but yeah do your best to interpret my words .