Internet company


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Internet company

An organization that presents itself to the general public primarily via a website. The term Internet company may also refer to a service provider that offers access to the Internet (see ISP). Although most companies have a website no matter what business they are in, the term implies that the predominant way people obtain products or services is online. See e-commerce and cloud computing.
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