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  • noun Plural form of CSP.

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Examples

  • Now -- if property is determined to exist in virtual property, the real question is, can we allocate the "bundle of sticks" that makes up property rights in a way that permits community service providers hereafter "CSPs" to maintain the control they need, while giving some of the control, exclusion, and alienability that other businesses will require to be able to build businesses in virtual worlds.

    Goldilocks and the Three EULAs

  • But, recognising that the internet has changed the way people talk, the CSPs will also be asked to record some third party data or information partly based overseas, such as visits to an online chatroom and social network sites like Facebook or Twitter.

    Big Brother: alive and well in the UK

  • The plan expands a voluntary arrangement under which CSPs allow security services to access some data which they already hold.

    Big Brother: alive and well in the UK

  • Communication service providers (CSPs) will be asked to record internet contacts between people, but not the content, similar to the existing arrangements to log telephone contacts.

    Big Brother: alive and well in the UK

  • SMEs will be more likely candidates for mass migration to cloud services, although CSPs and vendors often do a poor job of crafting solutions that are appropriate for SMEs at a reasonable price.

    Cloud Computing Is No Fad

  • SMEs will be more likely candidates for mass migration to cloud services, although CSPs and vendors often do a poor job of crafting solutions that are appropriate for SMEs at a reasonable price.

    Cloud Computing Is No Fad

  • SMEs will be more likely candidates for mass migration to cloud services, although CSPs and vendors often do a poor job of crafting solutions that are appropriate for SMEs at a reasonable price.

    Cloud Computing Is No Fad

  • Part 13 of the Telecommunications Act 1997 ( "the Act") creates offences for the use or disclosure of any information or document which comes into their possession in the course of business, where the information relates to: the contents or substance of a communication carried by carriers and CSPs (delivered or not); carriage services supplied, or intended to be supplied, by carriers and CSPs; or the affairs or personal particulars of another person.

    Dodd Praises Reid's Leadership On FISA

  • CSPs have to fulfill a variety of requirements including continued education credits, presenting a minimum of 50 times per year for 5 years in a row, making over $50,000 per year, and having over 100 different clients in that five year period.

    Dr. M.J. Wegmann: Battling Breast Cancer: Turning Lemons Into Lemonade (An Interview)

  • The plan expands a voluntary arrangement under which CSPs allow security services to access some data which they already hold.

    Big Brother: alive and well in the UK

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