This isn't the latest conspiracy theory doing the the rounds on the internet - instead, an innovative scheme to utilise existing water infrastructure to carry superfast broadband to homes and businesses. Addressing two key issues for the government and the country - connectivity for all and environmental issues (the scheme will also trial sensors to detect leaks) - it could also reduce the disruption, delay and cost caused by digging up roads and other land. Could this be a rare case of a potential win/win?