Your Roku TV and streaming stick won’t work anymore unless you agree to controversial new terms

Roku reportedly rolled out a new terms and conditions update this week, but not everyone agrees with the controversial changes. The update concerns his terms and conditions for dispute resolutionwhich came into effect on February 20.

Not only does it require that any legal complaints you have about your Roku products be resolved through arbitration with the company rather than through court (which was already part of Roku’s terms), but that your complaints now be resolved personally or via a one phone call with a Roku lawyer before you can even get arbitration.