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In this week's episode we talk net neutrality in Canada; Apple's latest software oops; Facebook's new Messenger app for children; CBC's new streaming app; Neil Young's catalogue, which is being released for free on — you guessed it — a streaming app; and Instagram's effort to combat animal abuse with pop-up messages during search. Speed round: -A dude live-streamed a pay-per-view UFC event by pretending he was playing a videogame -There's a Canadian app to sync streams so you can watch Netflix with people far away -Tesla built the world's largest battery -Microsoft Edge is now available on iOS and Android -Amazon has a patent for self-destructing dronesLinks:Canada's largest media companies reportedly form 'Internet Piracy Review Agency' to end Net Neutrality | MobilesyrupiPhone crashing on Dec. 2? Here's the fix! | iMoreFacebook launches a version of Messenger for young children | The VergeCBC to launch subscription service for $4.99 | MobilesyrupCanadians can now enjoy Neil Young's high quality streaming…