We're moving to a time when we may not ever have to "download" anything, at least by the old definition (which is actually just copying a file from one place to another). What about streaming? Though streaming is technically downloading--you're just watching it in real time as it downloads, and then neglecting to keep the file once you're finished--the law views "downloading" as possession, and streaming as something...else. Copyright holders see a difference here too--there's a reason it costs more to "purchase" and download a movie on iTunes than "stream" it via your monthly Netflix subscription. But Netflix, Hulu, Rdio, and Spotify, plus MegaVideo, Videoweed.es, and all the other "streaming" services, legal and illegal, are the future--and when you can stream a song or video from anywhere, with any device, in full quality, doesn't that count as "possession"? Isn't it just a technicality that you can't point to a file on your computer?