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Amazon Shoppers Are Kinda Freaking Out

According to its best-selling women’s handbag ranking, people are doing a lot of paranoia shopping on Amazon. Half of the bags on the list feature radio-frequency identification (RFID) -blocking technology that prevents people from stealing information from your credit cards, passport, and driver’s license.

At No. 1: The Itslife large leather wallet, which “features a unique military grade shielding technology” and “comes with a presentation quality gift box with Free Cute Necklace.” (Motivating.) Travelon’s Anti-Theft Classic Mini Shoulder Bag and Anti-Theft Cross-Body Bag — No. 7 and 4 in Amazon’s ranking — boast protective specs like RFID blockage, locking compartments, and “slash-proof construction.” Badass. But possibly not a great use of money.

“We do not see a lot of RFID theft in the wild,” Russell Brandom at The Verge tells me. Apparently it’s mostly retailers who use RFID technology — as an anti-shoplifting measure. So, really, it’s the thieves themselves who should consider purchasing RFID-blocking bags. —Eliza Brooke, senior reporter

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