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December 20, 2017
In this week's episode (minus Riley), the guys talk about a possibly precedent-setting case for pirates in Canada; a fake mobile version of Cuphead; Bell's attempt to circumvent CRTC rules about unlocking phones; Twitter's attempt to crack down on hateful, violent, or abusive content. Speed round: -Someone made a bunch of old games play as though they were Nokia Snake -No, a guy didn't make $1 million selling Chuck E Cheese tokens. -Plex came up with a Winamp player -There's a game on iPhone X you can control with your eyebrows -NBC might bring back the officeLinks:Hollywood Is Setting Up a Legal ‘Machine’ to Sue Pirates In Canada | MotherboardCourt File No. T-662-16 | CIPPICApple let a fake $5 Cuphead game into the App Store | The VergeBell says CRTC promise of free phone unlocking doesn't apply to everyone | CBC NewsTwitter starts enforcing new policies on violence, abuse, and hateful conduct | The VergeSibilant Snakelikes | GithubNo, a Guy Didn't Scam $1 Million by Selling Chuck E. Cheese Tokens as…