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A Virginia Tech Internet expert says the web should be able to keep handling the increased home use for work and study – and most problems you may encounter are more likely to come closer to where you live. Tech’s IT Safety Officer Randy Marchany likens your own– or your neighborhood’s — Internet capability to the size of a roadway. If it is the equivalent of a four-lane highway, you are good to go, but it is more similar to a gravel road, you might encounter some digital traffic jams. He spoke with WFIR’s Evan Jones: