Internet Service Provider

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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.
Internet provider, and once expressed hope that his company would become "the Yahoo of China."
Uunet will make Singapore its regional hub, Asia Pacific managing director Marc Sheldon told a press conference, and he said it aspires to be the second largest internet provider to businesses after Singapore Telecommunications within three years.
Internet Initiative Japan Inc., a major Internet provider in Japan, said Wednesday its stock made its debut on the U.S.
If you're looking for newsgroups about more specialized dance topics--or if your Internet provider doesn't offer access to Usenet--you can turn to a Web service called Deja.com [www.deja.com].
To start you need at least four things: a computer, modem, telecommunications software package and an Internet provider. It also helps if you have lots of patience!
The startup from the Greater Zurich Area, which offers a digital identity verification system, has also won a new customer in the internet provider Quickline.
It is on that PC that the actual "click to enlarge" happens.  The click then travels through the JSC routers out to the Internet provider and along their system to the Instagram server.  Instagram replies by sending back the rendered picture, following the reverse path.
Summary: The former head of the state-run internet provider, who was on trial for corruption and squandering of public funds, was acquitted Thursday due to a lack of evidence.
Kuwait internet provider QualityNet has confirmed the start of "small services" in the UK and France as it steers its international expansion.
Investigators traced the user name to an Internet provider address registered to the officer.
Carphone Warehouse yesterday said it had completed the acquisition of the UK's third largest internet provider, AOL UK.

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