Services like Netflix and Amazon Prime Video were supposed to eliminate a large amount of online piracy, and to a degree they have. Why steal TV shows when they're included with your monthly subscription? However, piracy might be back on the rise -- and the services themselves may shoulder some of the blame. Networking giant Sandvine has published a report showing that BitTorrent file sharing has climbed back to 32 percent of all upstream data traffic after several years of decline. While Sandvine doesn't want to reach a definitive conclusion, marketing VP Cam Cullen believed it might be due to an excessive number of exclusives on streaming services.