Internet traffic in Sweden is reportedly returning towards normal levels following a dip caused when the country’s IPRED legislation came into force on the first of April this year. The Intellectual Property Rights Enforcement Directive (IPRED) permits rightsholders to gain the contact details of alleged pirates; within a day of its introduction a drop of 30% in internet traffic was being reported by the Netnod Internet Exchange. But new figures from Netnod suggest not only that p2p traffic is on the rise but that if it continues to grow at the current rate it could soon exceed the pre-April level.
Source: Torrentfreak 
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