Accused of throttling Netflix, Verizon launches site about how Wi-Fi works


When it isn’t out to slay net neutrality or throttle internet speeds for Netflix and YouTube, it appears that Verizon wants to educate people about the internet. The telecommunications conglomerate has quietly rolled out a pleasantly-designed interactive website that aims to explain how Wi-Fi works to anybody lacking the knowledge or the the technical background to research it on their own. Equipped with a series of animated visualizations, the page contains information about the basic principles of how wireless routers are built and how the science behind them works. It also features segments that break down dense concepts like frequency…

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