I have a large dataset which I plan to release to the public (around 80GB compressed, 1TB uncompressed), and after considering my options it appears that using the BitTorrent protocol would be the best way to go about this. However, the BitTorrent protocol is often associated with copyright infringement, and I would like to have the torrent files tracked by somewhere slightly more reputable than The Pirate Bay. While I wouldn't like to get into a discussion of whether it is correct, and how easy it may be to circumvent, The Pirate Bay and others are blocked in the United Kingdom.
What BitTorrent tracker would you recommend for release of a dataset?
UPDATE: After some research, it appears that I have slightly misunderstood how BitTorrent trackers work. A tracker simply stores a list of peers against a hash of the torrent file. A user can provide a hash along with details of themselves to announce that they have a percentage of the file(s) available, or can request a list of peers for a given hash in order that their client can connect to these peers to begin downloading. I have found two trackers which will accept any torrents without them needing to be uploaded to an index, PublicBitTorrent and OpenBitTorrent which may be suitable for my needs, however I would need to find another way to distribute the .torrent files to those who may be interested in the data.
An index site is a website such as The Pirate Bay. Index sites will often run their own trackers, and as such the term tracker is often used interchangeably for the websites. The index site provides a way for users to search for .torrent files which contain the contain they desire. I have not found any index sites either specialising in Open Data and datasets, or one which appears to have a non-infringement reputation.