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Identity thieves know that any U.S. passport issued after October 2006 has a radio frequency identification (RFID) chip that holds all your personal information, which can be stolen by anyone with a radio frequency (RF) scanner (easily available online). The ShieldSak–a metal ion-infused nylon pouch–protects chip-encrypted details on passports and credit cards by blocking out RF readers. $33; wedbags.com. Reader service #121