This question contains a link to the site
clickplay.to, on which you can stream whole series in HD (in the case of this question, Family Guy).
Coming from a country with an incredibly sucky copyright law, to me this sounds a bit too good to be true.
I know that there are legal services like Hulu that stream TV content, however those are usually not accessible in my country (Germany) and mostly restricted to the US. So the following facts about this site make me suspicious:
- It does not seem to have any country restriction at all.
- Looks like they are associated to or, more likely, might be imitating
clickplay.ph, a similar (but payment based and not quite as fishy) site for movies on demand. (I have no idea how legal this is either, though.)
What makes me most suspicious: If this was a legal service, I would've probably heard of it by now, because I have been waiting for a payed service with this wide range of content and this quality in my country for a long time.
SE's term of state that
Subscriber represents, warrants and agrees that it will not contribute any Subscriber Content that [...] c) infringes any intellectual property right of another or the privacy or publicity rights of another
While it may not be totally clear if this includes links to such content, the general consensus seems to be that linking to it is not allowed.
clickpay.toinfringe copyright, or is it a legal service?
- and related: Are links to this service allowed in our questions and answers?