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'The future of our species is at stake,' Foer says in pushing for action against Big Tech

The Justice Department’s Great Hall spans two levels, an auditorium-sized space with art deco features and a terracotta-tiled floor with aluminum statues of Lady Justice and the Spirit of Law overseeing it all. Major press conferences or speeches, award and retirement ceremonies take place in the Great Hall, the kinds of formal events where hundreds might need to gather.

On July 26, the Great Hall hosted about a hundred guests for a slightly more unusual gathering: a talk by the left-leaning journalist Franklin Foer on why...

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