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Aggregator refers to a web site or computer software that aggregates a specific type of information from multiple online sources:
- Data aggregator, an organization involved in compiling information from detailed databases on individuals and selling that information to others
- News aggregator, a computer software or website that aggregates news from other news sources
- Poll aggregator, a website that aggregates polling data for upcoming elections
- Review aggregator, a website that aggregates reviews of movies or other products or services
- Search aggregator, software that runs on a user's computer and fetches, filters, and organizes a specific search from various search engines
- Social network aggregation, the collection of content from multiple social network services
- Video aggregator, a website that collects and organizes online video sources
- Blog aggregator, a website that collects and organizes blog sources
- Payment aggregator, a software that handle the payment transaction and do the final settlement.
- Smart Grid aggregator, an entity that directly or indirectly controls the energy consumption of many distributed energy resources
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