NTFS file systems is proprietary of Microsoft and the attempts to reverse engineer and get utilities working under Linux still haven't fully replaced chkdsk and Microsoft licensed recovery disks if you can't easily mount the disk in another computer with Windows installed. Let's just say I found this out from… personal experience recently. @Twiface
Two more useless facts to add on.
As typical of newer mediums, the First Amendment was only formally ruled apply to video games in 2005
Though by that point the principle technically existed for other mediums.
New Zealand still has censorship authorities, though rarely employed to the fullest degree, I believe it is the the only censorship authority in the Western world that is still fully aware of its mission and justifying itself with stuff fully with the need for censorship/restrictionon
some level over focusing solely on special exceptions (hate speech, pizzagate stuff):
The New Zealand police have the power to enforce the Films, Videos and Publications Classifications Act 1993. All police have the official role of ‘inspectors of publications’. Publications include books, DVDs, posters, music recordings, photos, paintings, T-shirts and computer files.
The Censorship Compliance Unit of the Department of Internal Affairs investigates public complaints, monitors compliance with classification decisions and seizes potentially objectionable publications.
The New Zealand Customs Service aims to prevent objectionable publications being imported into New Zealand. Travellers or importers are required to declare any publications they are bringing into the country that may be considered objectionable.