The NSA has undermined a fundamental social contract. We engineers built the internet – and now we have to fix it
Government and industry have betrayed the internet, and us. This is not the internet the world needs, or the internet its creators envisioned. We need to take it back. And by we, I mean the engineering community.
Yes, this is primarily a political problem, a policy matter that requires political intervention. But this is also an engineering problem, and there are several things engineers can – and should – do."
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The Roku 3 supports FAT16, FAT32, NTFS and HFS+ drive formats. My guess is that your other devices only support FAT32? That would make the maximum volume size 2 TB for FAT32, IIRC. Assuming full implementation of NTFS and HFS+, your drive should work. I'd check with Roku first, though. Also, I have no trust of USB standards implementation, so I always use external power on something like hard drives, and I swap out the wall warts every 5 years or so (lost the greatest phone ever made to a bad wall wart).
To the A.C. troll below, I would say that, yes, there are additional products to accomplish the same purpose, but the Roku is best device of all those devices. Given Roku's business model of not requiring to get between content providers and viewers, and their excellent record of updating firmware for old devices, I expect that the Roku is the best value for some time to come.
The Constitution does not grant Congress the power to regulate state level taxation, to force one to pay taxes in another state, or to collect the taxes on behalf of another state..
The issues that most complain about regarding income taxes are the methods of collection and enforcement. For example, the 5th amendment is supposed to protect us from self-incrimination, but a tax filing is self-incrimination. The IRS has its own tax courts, which do not follow due process. The right to assistance of counsel in defense has been turned into a joke because they seize the means to provide that counsel, then give a public defender who knows next to nothing.