On Sun, Dec 21, 2014 at 11:41 AM, Dale E Sterner <sunbeam...@juno.com> wrote:

> If I were  running Sony the peons would have dial up and broadband would
> be limited to a few special people would tightly control its use.

What has Sony to do with anything?  They aren't a telco or an ISP, and
do not provide broadband services.

And just who do you suppose the "peons" might be?  And who might do the control?

> Dial up still works the same without copper - real slow

No it doesn't.  Dial up *requires* copper.  It does not exist on fiber
links.  *Broadband* can exist on copper, with ISDN and DSL service the
prominent examples, but broadband is increasingly fiber these days

> DS

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