In the "take this for what it's worth" category, it seems music is not the most popular type of media downloaded from BitTorrent trackers.

Anti-piracy firm Envisional conducted a study on behalf of NBC Universal to see what type of content people were downloading. It found that out of 10,000 files tracked, only 2.9% were music. Porn led the way at 35.8%, films at 35.2%, and TV at 12.7%.

Other findings from the report, include:

- 23.76% of global Internet traffic was estimated to be infringing on copyrights, dropping to 17.5% if limited to the U.S.

- BitTorrent accounts for 17.9% of all Internet traffic, two-thirds of which is estimated to be non-pornographic copyrighted content shared without permission. Or otherwise-11.4% of all Internet traffic.

- P2P networks like eDonkey, Gnutella, and Usenet see 86.4% of their traffic in infringing content, or 5.8% of all Internet traffic.