However, the popularity of torrents among users makes them also into an attractive vector for black-hats. Since the beginning of 2016, ESET telemetry has detected almost 15 million cases in which downloaded malicious code was linked to one of the most popular P2P clients or file sharing services.
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as you download illegal content, you also start sharing it with other people (that's the way torrenting works). If one of those people downloading from you is the Big Brother, they now know your IP address and know that you're sharing illegal content. Considering they can ask your ISP for your identification (I guess that depends on your country's laws), they can go after you;
I would not be a coin that they use AI on encrypted packets to try to guess whether it could be illegal. They just have to say in that case it was encrypted so I could not guess what it was. It should be enough for them not to be responsable for anything. But if you download tons of copyrighted videos from unencrypted torrents, they cannot ignore it and will have to report it to the legal authorities. They do not like to lose a client, but if what they earn with you is less than what they will be charged by legal action, no doubt that they will report your actions! 153554b96e