1 September 2015.
The Department of Justice argues that data can be stolen. But information isn't tangible. Copying it costs nothing. For more, consider this, this, or this.
Similarly, the Department of Justice argues that data can be possessed. But again, information isn't tangible. A medium, such as a memory stick or a dead-tree book, can be possessed, but the ideas inside it cannot. It is interesting that Black's Law Dictionary refers to corporeal things when defining possession.