Torrenting offers some of the most convenient ways to download files online. With a Seedbox, you can download a file in more than 10X less time than you would take to do it with home internet connection. On top of that, it also offers some form of privacy, anonymity and you get to balance torrent ratio while you are at it. Legally, torrenting sharable files is acceptable almost anywhere. One thing to note is that copyrighted materials are excluded and its piracy is illegal. In some states, torrenting is banned for certain sites so it is better to study the law before you start seeding and leeching. All server supplies do not support or encourage users to download and distribute any form of copyrighted files, they usually have that include in their manual. If any information from your service holder is unclear, you should contact them immediately.
If for any reason, you download any copyright content or use an illegal torrent without your knowledge, you are risking exposure to the content owners who might reach out to law enforcement to help them track you. The risk may not be very high, but it is still some kind of risk. With a court order, they can prompt your service provider to release any information and the identity of the clients. They have two choices, to risk being sued or comply but they are more likely to go with the latter to maintain the business. On the upside, suing the server will make it difficult for other internet providers to track you down because the address belongs to your server provider. The providers have multiple protection layers. The only risk is, a professional hacker or investigator has the equipment to track the activity back to you once they have the information from the service provider.