Going legit is too much trouble. The world of licensing is way too complex and antiquated - and we would've been forced to adopt DRM, which is a step back, in my opinion: http://amos.me/blog/2012/vision/
So, in short, movies.io's not going away, and yes we're keeping torrents.
Pretty much every movie out on video is available via one of the online platforms (currently iTunes, Amazon Instant, Netflix, and Redbox), but availability outside the US is still frustrating.
I'd rather have you help us integrate it with movies.io - but you know that already :)
[EDIT] Updated pastebin URL to point to a new version which includes torrentbutler.eu and removes the jQuery dependency.
The hash uniquely identifies a torrent. Either way, you are presenting a representation of the torrent.
You might as easily argue that a torrent file cannot infringe, since it only presents sha1 hashes of chunks of files contained within the torrent, not the actual files themselves.
Works better for unusual size windows (IMO).
I think that is the biggest selling point of this website.