Shaheen Ainpour



Shaheen Ainpour is the Marketplace production intern. He graduated from California State University, Long Beach, with a degree in finance and journalism. Before coming to Marketplace, Shaheen was a summer intern at NPR. He likes radio.

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Why cutting the cord isn't so easy in the U.S.

TV has changed a lot, but cable has managed to stick around one way or another.
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Would you wear a smart jacket?

The tech wearables wardrobe is expanding. Are privacy measures keeping up?
Apple Watches are one example of  tech wearables.
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Launching a satellite? Watch out for space junk

The amount of debris in space is complicating private satellite launches.
A SpaceX rocket awaits launch in 2017 in Cape Canaveral, Florida.
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Cloudflare promises to keep users' web data from ISPs

Internet service providers track customers' web data and sell it, so is there a way to keep your information private?

With ransomware attacks, it's not if, but when

What should cities do to make sure they can still function even if they’re struck?
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Erasing your digital footprint is hard

Apr 2, 2018
Companies track our activity all over the web, so can anyone reclaim their privacy?
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How the future of self-driving cars looks in Arizona

A fatal accident involving an Uber autonomous vehicle has called their safety into question.
A passenger looks on as he rides in a pilot model of an Uber self-driving car on in 2016 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

Why Facebook thinks you know these random people

The social media platform is tracking more about your acquaintances than you might realize.
Facebook comes up with some interesting "people you may know" suggestions.
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Russian cyberattack "should wake us up," former Air Force officer says

Former Maj. Gen. Robert Latiff talks about the strategy behind the hacks.
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