47: A Canadian ran the Dark Web and we’re getting “the Netflix of sports”
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This week we talk about a 25-year-old Canadian who ran the biggest market on the Dark Web; DAZN, the "Netflix of sports"; Google's fight against Canada's internet censorship, and the death of MSPaint. Speed round: -Telus and Rogers are no longer selling the Pixel, possibly in prep for the new stuff -Two Norwegian companies are attempting to make autonomous cargo ships. Recommendations Marc — Game Studio Tycoon 2 and iTunes 2 Dan — Plague, Inc. Riley — engineerguy on YouTube, particularly this video Links:Canadian allegedly behind shuttered Dark Web market AlphaBay | The Globe and MailSports streaming app DAZN launches in Canada with all NFL games for $20 a month | CBC NewsGoogle Fights Against Canada's Order to Change Global Search Results | WIREDWhat the EU antitrust ruling could mean for Google search | The VergeMicrosoft Forgoes Paint in Fall Rollout | TechvibesMS Paint Artworks | Business InsiderTelus is discontinuing sales of the 32GB Silver Google Pixel | MobilesyrupTesla of the Sea: Building the…