Which countries do not ban P2P activities?
Most of the world considers P2P activities a crime, so it may be easier to shortlist the ones that actually allow P2P torrenting.
Switzerland is one such country and is known as a privacy heaven due to its dedicated laws, protecting people who download torrents. However, you’re not supposed to sell someone else’s content.
In Spain, you can download and upload torrents without any profit intent. The Netherlands doesn’t allow uploads, but you can still download art. However, software can’t be downloaded in this country.
And if you’re looking for the best North American option, Mexico is your best bet, as there is no law prohibiting torrenting.
But sometimes downloading with a server far away from you location might cause slower speeds. Fortunately, this is where torrenting VPNs come into place.
With their strict no-logs policy, you can use a domestic server and still mask your online activity in front of your ISP, so you don’t get a subject of special attention from government authorities.