Internet Service Provider

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Internet Service Provider

(company, networking)
(ISP) A company which provides other companies or individuals with access to, or presence on, the Internet. Most ISPs are also Internet Access Providers; extra services include help with design, creation and administration of World-Wide Web sites, training and administration of intranets and domain name registration.
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Last Sunday, the National Telecommunication Regulatory Authority (NTRA) met with Internet providers in Egypt to reach solutions between TE and competitors in order to connect their clients through MSAN cabinets.
Internet providers blocked such social websites as Facebook, Vkontakte, Russian news agencies, as well as anonymizers, allowing to overcome block of websites.
Summary: Australian internet provider deemed not responsible for copyright violations by its users, who download films illegally.
Even in this difficult economy, we continue to see tremendous interest in our solutions from Internet providers across the globe," stated Pete Dineley, Vice President of Front Porch Europe Middle East and Africa.
Both courts ruled against efforts by the Recording Industry Association of America, the trade organization for the largest labels, to compel Internet providers to identify customers accused of illegally distributing songs over the Internet.
The four Internet providers have sued defendants whom they contend are sending spam.
Internet providers offering ADSL include BTOpenworld, AOL, Freeserve, ClaraNet, Demon, Nildram, OneTel and Pipex.
It helps to have a fast computer and a good Internet provider.
Telnet, another Internet feature, allows users to access other Internet providers and use their computers as if they were connected directly.
an Internet services company, today announced its solutions are deployed in over 1,000 locations worldwide and seven publicly-listed Internet providers in five countries.
Representatives of the Tajik Internet providers said that they were blocking websites by order of the Communications Service.
I assumed it was because I take extra precautions not to put my personal information out in cyberspace and that my Internet providers had clever filters.

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