Looks like they’ve been visiting The Pirate Bay quite a bit:

Piracy law cuts internet traffic

Internet traffic in Sweden fell by 33% as the country’s new anti-piracy law came into effect, reports suggest.

Sweden’s new policy – the Local IPRED law – allows copyright holders to force internet service providers (ISP) to reveal details of users sharing files.

According to figures released by the government statistics agency – Statistics Sweden – 8% of the entire population use peer-to-peer sharing.

Popular BitTorrent sharing site, The Pirate Bay, is also based in Sweden.

Mr Engstrom said the new law was “a disaster”, not just for file-sharers, but for Sweden as a whole.

“Dealing with illegal file-sharing is a job for the police. It is their job to enforce the law. (Source: BBC)

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