Yes, BitTorrent is outdated as a file sharing protocol due to fast internet speeds today, because it is just as easy to just stream whatever you want to watch. Technology has caught up to what BitTorrent originally had to offer. Things can stream just as fast as you can download. There is no reason to use it anymore.
Yes. i believe BitTorrent is outdated as a file sharing protocol due to the fast Internet speeds of today, because there is simply no need for it anymore. All of the advantages that BitTorrent provided in the past have been rendered obsolete because Internet service providers offer faster speeds, in addition to more reliable service.
File sharing is still "file sharing". People will always have a need to share files regardless of the speed at which they share them. Whether they can share files over a modem or at blazing, lighting quick speeds, we will always need some way to share files, because, that's how we do!
BitTorrent still features a library that not everything else out there can compare with, and it's not like it's so gruelingly slow using it makes you wait to hear the dialup noises. It cannot hold up to some of the more cutting edge file sharing services today, but it isn't some dinosaur that has no value left.
Nope. BitTorrent is not outdated as a file sharing protocol due to fast Internet speeds. Because no matter how fast of a pipe you may have, a single server holding all the information you need to download, without any redundancy, is still going to be agonizingly slow. BitTorrent distributes the load.
There's some saying that file sharing will now be direct rather than provided by BitTorrent, especially with the advent of hosting sites. However, there's little privacy on hosting sites, and many of them are going down on a daily basis, while BitTorrent trackers remain private and secure. For file sharing, BitTorrent still has many advantages over its competitors.