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Companies like Amazon, Facebook and Google have acquired an unprecedented amount of influence over people’s lives, and inevitably, there is pushback. In the United States, 29-year old legal scholar Lina Khan has become the face of a new movement that attributes the companies’ unfettered expansion to outdated antitrust legislation. Writing for The Atlantic, Robinson Meyer offers a lively portrait of Khan’s budding legal career and activism. To find out why Khan believes Amazon hurts consumers despite offering low prices, read Meyer’s insightful analysis.
About the Author
Robinson Meyer is a staff writer at The Atlantic, where he specializes in climate change and technology.