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internet service provider

Internet provider Informatics A company–eg, AOL, Earthlink, that provides a gateway to the Internet and the Web, via an electronic connection–either directly or through a modem, as well as software and services, for which the user pays a monthly fee
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When was the last time you heard that the human resources department of your Internet Service Provider was abusing the very people they are supposed to protect?
When was the last time you heard that employees and security guards at your Internet Service Provider were guilty of running prostitution rings, even forcing children into sexual servitude?
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Federation of Internet Solutions Providers of the Americas (FISPA), a coalition of Internet service providers, has joined the Internet Alliance, the nation's premier Internet trade association.
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SecurityCoverage sales for Q2-2006 to telcos and other Internet service providers increased by 89 percent over Q1-2006 and nearly 800 percent over Q2-2005.
The Yankee Group recently completed an analysis of the consumer Internet access market and concluded that the fight for the coveted number two position, behind AOL, is intensifying as five powerful Internet service providers wage an all-out war for subscribers and consumer mind share.
Internet service providers are no longer being asked just to help organizations establish a Web presence.
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