Reuters, along with just about every other news company, has reported that Suprnova.org, the popular BitTorrent site, has been shut down. While this comes as no suprise, what is suprising is the amount of P2P traffic on the Internet. CacheLogic is reporting that "Peer-to-Peer is the single largest consumer of data on ISP’s networks." Even outweighing web traffic. I had no idea P2P traffic was this big, although, in retrospect, it does seem reasonable.