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Internet Service Provider

A company that provides access to the internet for customers. Typically, an ISP provides this service in exchange for a monthly fee. It may also provide website hosting services.
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Federal Court Justice Dennis Cowdry said there was ample evidence to prove infringement of movie copyrights were occurring on a large scale worldwide but internet providers should not be targeted for it.
Front Porch has provided innovative online advertising services and messaging solutions for Internet providers since 1998.
A FEW BROKERAGE HOUSES offering direct dial--up connections also can be accessed through commercial Internet providers.
Verio Internet providers access the backbone by connecting their local networks to Verio's network access nodes located in metropolitan areas throughout the United States.
com) is the leading Internet provider of premium on-demand movies and video content.
He said the Company's goal is to acquire a total 11 IPS prior to December 1999 and to expand its base in five countries to become the leading Internet provider within 3-4 years period within Central Europe.
With this transaction, Verio has so far received approximately $250 million in equity and debt financing to build a new national network that combines the strength of a high-speed backbone with the service of prominent local and regional Internet providers in major markets across the country.
1 or higher, modem (9600 bps or faster recommended), Internet provider.
In addition to its radio properties, Salem owns Salem Radio Network(R), which syndicates talk, news and music programming to approximately 1,900 affiliates; Salem Radio Representatives(TM), a national radio advertising sales force; Salem Web Network(TM), a leading Internet provider of Christian content and online streaming; and Salem Publishing(TM), a leading publisher of Christian-themed magazines.
net), a national Internet provider for middle-market business and institutional customers, has expanded its network of locally managed Internet providers with the acquisition of RustNet, Inc.
Once you buy a machine, you will be bombarded by a series of mailings offering you free on-line time to sign up with a specific Internet provider or on-line service.

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