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An information highway is

a physical system of pathways and connections that consists of copper wire, fiber optic cable, coaxial cable, microwave line-of-site signals, satellite linkages, and other wireless technologies. Individuals connect to these highways through hardware such as telephones, computers and handheld devices.[1]

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