An ISP is an Internet service provider, an organization that provides services for accessing, using, or participating in the Internet.
ISP may also refer to:
Usage examples of "isp".
Adverising revenues will allow ISPs to offer free communication and storage volume.
By pulling ads and organizing boycotts, they can exert leverage on ISPs to pull the plug on controversial websites.
Now there was a scary thought: there were people out there who thought the world would be a better place if ISPs were given the duty of actively policing and censoring the websites and newsfeeds their customers had access to, including a requirement that ISPs needed to determine, all on their own, what was an unlawful copyright infringement -- something more usually left up to judges in the light of extensive amicus briefings from esteemed copyright scholars [WIND DONE GONE GRAPHIC].
Within a few years, all ISPs that have a clue will require ssh logins to shell accounts.