Here's some excerpts from their latest report:
"IIPA specially mentions Sweden due to widespread internet piracy (downloading and filesharing) and difficulties in achieving effective enforcement against criminal copyright infringement. The situation is further complicated by society’s high acceptance of filesharing which is echoed in the media and from the general public."IIPA - Special Mention Sweden (pdf)
"Sweden also is the host country to ThePirateBay.org, the world’s largest BitTorrent tracker and one of Sweden’s largest web sites."
"MPA reports that, according to two market research studies, there are approximately 12-15 million movies illegally downloaded every year in Sweden."
"A new political party, Piratpartiet (the Pirate Party) gathered sufficient support to be on the September 2006 ballot. In the fall of 2006, Swedish politicians from the ruling party and main opposition party openly supported the idea of a compulsory license to address unauthorized internet file sharing.
This is a political response to the backlash against the recent raids of the PirateBay BitTorrent tracker site in Sweden. No concrete legislative proposals have been advanced to date. The copyright industries are deeply concerned about the potential of any compulsory license initiative, and are monitoring the situation closely."
IIPA - 2007 Special 301 Report