I like the idea of high-speed connectivity to all homes by 2020, but I’m curious who actually runs…
Scott Dudley

I’m guessing it will box out competition, much like providing electrical power to all homes did. Actually, much like the deal Telecom already has in many municipalities. In most places (follow where Google Fiber is not going), larger companies like Time Warner own the infrastructure and lease their lines to companies like Earthlink, creating the illusion of competition.

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