- v. present participle of download.
“Since those downloads cost the produceer $0, but give all the downloaders utility, the downloading is a net social benefit.”
“No matter how many times a person dies, as long as the stack survives, a downloading is always available.”
“Macquarie Dictionary word of the year was 'pod slurping' which it described as the downloading of large quantities of data to an MP3 player or memory stick.”
“That downloading is legal in the Netherlands, even if the uploader committed copyright infringement when he uploaded the material.”
“June 9th, 2009 at 10: 25 pm file sharing has shown a steady increase of 27-30% per annum for 6 years, and not slowing down any. p2p downloading is more popular than ever. the quality steadily increases, the availability improves, broadband is getting faster and faster.”
“An excellent demonstration that the “downloading is costing the box-office money” argument is cow poop.”
““Spanish courts have repeatedly ruled that free music downloading is not illegal if it is not for commercial use,” says the Associated Press, going on »»»”
“And then Ian did it again a column in USA Today saying the RIAA ` s claim that the industry and artists are hurt by free downloading, is nonsense.”
“For what its worth, I did enjoy the convenience of the download however my experience with digital downloading is over.”
“If I had to upload or sync with a cloud, I can forget uploading it in this lifetime, downloading is another lifetime …”
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