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Arielle Roth

Legal Fellow, Center for the Economics of the Internet

Arielle is a Legal Fellow at the Hudson Institute's Center for the Economics of the Internet, where she analyzes telecommunications law and policy. Prior to joining Hudson, Arielle was a Koch Summer Fellow and worked at the Federalist Society. A native of Canada, she previously served as a communications assistant for Prime Minister Stephen Harper. She holds degrees from the University of Toronto and the McGill University Faculty of Law.

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A Communications Reform Priority: Curtailing FCC Ancillary Jurisdiction under Telecom Act § 706

Arielle Roth

Despite the FCC’s 2016 legal victory in US Telecom Association v. FCC, the protracted battle over federal network neutrality rules persists...

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Harold Furchtgott-Roth and Arielle Roth’s article, “How the FCC’s Proposed Privacy Rules Would Create a False Sense of Consumer Privacy” quoted in Forbes