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America Online

An Internet company that was instrumental in bringing online services to the public. It provided an online community through its software that allowed customers to share information and communicate with each other. Eventually, AOL provided access to the Internet as a whole. At one time, 30 million people in the United States alone received their Internet connection through AOL.
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AOL, which once proudly touted a no-ad policy, earned $2.
AOL is a global Web services company that operates some of the most popular Web destinations, offers a comprehensive suite of free software and services, runs the country's largest Internet access business, and provides a full set of advertising solutions.
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IM Controls: Parents can block their children from sending and receiving AOL instant messages, or they can decide who can send their child instant messages, and whether or not they can use enhanced IM features like video, voice and file sharing.
In 2007, AOL will start providing audience services, including editorial content, and manage online advertising sales for all of Neuf Cegetel's Internet portals.
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As part of AOL's AIM(R) Pages next generation community offering, consumers can easily integrate photos they've stored on AOL Pictures into their personalized Web page with a new "My Pictures" module.
According to a new survey AOL conducted with the Associated Press and Pew Research Center, 52 percent of adults keep their cell phone turned on all day, everyday, and 40 percent of those aged 18-29 are likely to drop their landline once and for all.