Torrenting is not inherently illegal. The aspect of criminality is only added to torrenting when the files being exchanged are copyright-protected, or are otherwise illegal, such as with banned books.
However, it seems that the analysts claiming the death of torrenting had arrived may have spoken too soon. Research from Sandvine, released earlier this month, shows a marked increase in torrenting in a number of regions.
The final argument to be made for this slight return to torrenting is the effect that developing nations are having. As seen in the graph below, nations across the world have been gaining internet access over the years. Some, like South Africa and Russia have seen dramatic improvements over the past decades, others like Brazil and Mexico have seen steadier growth.
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