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Digital Service Provider (DSP)
A digital service provider (DSP) is a type of business that delivers digital content and services. This can include anything from providing access to digital content, such as music, movies, and TV shows, to offering digital services, such as internet access, web hosting, online backup, and online security.
A digital service provider may be a traditional telecommunications company, such as a cable TV operator or a telephone company, or it may be an Internet service provider (ISP).
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