when people wnet after music and movie andsoftware pirates individually, it went in this order:
websites- 1st downlad places
ftps: 2nd source harder to shut down, more storage
P2P: first napster, then other p2p, then users
so, websites where the first ones shut down, and ftp sites wherre also targeted and still are and often shut down, then it was p2p users targeted.
\also, it is easier to sentance someone to jail for oberating a ftp or website then it is for p2p networks once they find out who the person who runs the ftp or website is.
that is difficult because first they need to find the server, then contact the owner of the server, then ask for the site to be shut down, then go to court, then force the server to reveal the name if the server does not.
but once they know who you are, your going to jail for a long long time