Alex Goldman

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Co-host of Reply All, a podcast about the Internet; former producer for WNYC's On the Media and co-host of the podcast TLDR

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There are some Amazon devotees who’ve notice changes at the site.

Is the Amazon business getting shadier?

There are some Amazon devotees who’ve notice changes at the site.

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Amazon says it sold more than 100 million items during its Prime Day sale.

Are sellers on Amazon getting shadier?

Amazon says it sold more than 100 million items during its Prime Day sale.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

We all get voicemails from scammers trying separate us from our money. One podcast producer didn’t hit delete.

Podcaster trolls his scammer all the way to India

We all get voicemails from scammers trying separate us from our money. One podcast producer didn’t hit delete.

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