I’ll start with a few gems, emphasis mine:
We may receive information about the browser and devices you use to access the Internet, including our services, such as device types and models, unique identifiers (including, for Roku Devices, the Advertising Identifier associated with that device), IP address, operating system type and version, browser type and language, Wi-Fi network name and connection data, and information about other devices connected to the same network.
We receive information about your interactions with the Roku Services, such as your browsing history, search history, search results, audio information when you use voice-enabled features, channels you access (including usage statistics such as what channels you access, the time you access them, and how long you spend viewing them), interactions with content and ads, and settings and preferences.
When you use a Roku TV with the Smart TV experience enabled, we use Automatic Content Recognition (“ACR” ) technology to receive information about what live television content you watch via the Roku TV’s antenna, and what you watch via devices connected to your Roku TV, including cable and satellite set top boxes.
We may also share your information with others in connection with or during negotiation of any merger, financing, acquisition, bankruptcy, dissolution, transaction or proceeding involving sale, transfer, divestiture or disclosure of all or a portion of our business or assets to another company.
F. Do Not Track
At this time, there is no accepted standard for how to respond to Do Not Track signals, and we do not respond to such signals.
Insert horrified face here…
“We collect everything we possibly can, and do with it whatever we want, and if the laws of your country prohibit that, we move it to another country that will let us!” would be a shorter version…