Recently in Australia they passed a three strikes law, which basically means that if you download a tv show etc, you get 3 warnings via email and then you're in trouble. I don't know if streaming counts but I assume that it would.
This page explains it in more detail http://www.lifehacker.com.au/2015/02/how-australian-internet-providers-will-start-busting-users-for-piracy/
I mostly just want to watch anime, so I tried joining Crunchy Roll... turns out they only have subs, which can be good but I generally prefer not to have to read what I'm watching
FUNimation videos aren't available in my country for some reason, so thats a no go.
So I'm wondering, will Tor keep me safe from my ISP in this situation?