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downloading

 [down´lōd-ing]
a process by which an intelligent terminal is used to capture output from an information retrieval system in machine readable form for later processing and use by the searcher or end user.
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In short, downloading allows law enforcement agencies to use commercially available software to analyze volumes of data without seizing computer equipment, disrupting the victim's business, and manually searching every piece of evidence.
Because of increased compatibility among computer systems, many of today's application software packages permit the easy downloading of data created in other software packages.
We plan to have 4-6 cell phones available with Voice over IP at each downloading terminal so that our customers don't have to wait to make a phone call," said Mr.
Our Wireless Applications are intended to be downloaded by our customers on a fee-basis by means of our proprietary public downloading terminals which are installed by us in strategic locations such as shopping centers, universities, entertainment centers, cinemas, hotels, airports, restaurants and parks.
What is at stake with ongoing development of downloading and digital distribution?
WHATPLAY will strengthen ALONG's brand recognition by making its products accessible to a wider base of users as well as be used as a cross-promotional tool of its downloading terminals.
It's that the victim is viewed as a person when one is copying and it is viewed as an abstract entity when one is downloading," explains Dr.
18% of adults and 14% of kids report downloading software without paying for it.
The major activity online is now the downloading of music and video files.
Millions of users globally are online, downloading music and video day in, day out.
When survey participants were asked what worries them about downloading software, music, movies or games from the Internet without paying, the top responses given were fear of downloading a computer virus (63 percent), downloading spyware (52 percent) and getting in trouble with the law (49 percent).
This study indicates that kids understand the consequences of illegal downloading, and that education and awareness about the risks, as well as online sites to legally download content have been a critical component in affecting these behaviors," says Diane Smiroldo, vice president of public affairs for BSA.