Re: Senate panel approves domain name seizure bill.
US citizens/establishments will still be liable to all the standard legal action. Its the Music and Movie Industries spear heading this after all. Consider it reasonably safe to assume the gaming industry will follow suit along with major Publishing houses. Much like the woman being sued for 1.5 million dollars. These kind of hellacious punishments might still await us stateside.
Websites mentioned like the piratebay arguably the flagship of piracy is over sees. This seizure bill will include the authority to have websites congressionally blacklisted. Data carriers blocking sites at dns levels.
What does it mean for your site? I dont know maybe nothing. The recent restructuring of "fandom" that squeaked by the algorithmic change made to googles ranking system seems to have worked out. So you may be right in line for whatever is next. If not though it could be trouble. From the few I looked at. The warehouses for your parents site videos are in countries other then the US. (*)Thus liable to being 'blacklisted' and blocked from the US. You may ask how that would affect your country? Well I do believe that both fandom.com and its forums are on stateside servers. So that should be evident.
*Presuming the various larger anime/manga distribution agencies (digital or otherwise) hope on the wagon.