Radio Frequency Identity (RF-ID) Blocking Passport Wallet
Josette King tested Magellan’s Radio Frequency Identity (RF-ID) Blocking Passport Wallet recently: The U.S. State Department began issuing passports embedded with radio-frequency identity tags (RF-ID) in August 2006. These are also becoming the norm in a growing number of countries. While the new RF-ID passports are expected to enhance border security, enough concerns have been raised by computer security experts about the privacy risks they pose to the passport holder that I felt compelled to secure mine.
The RF-ID Blocking Passport Wallet, made of fine leather with a protective shield inner lining to ensure the RF data cannot be accessed unless the wallet is open, provided an inconspicuous way to protect my new passport from potential data-stealing hackers. Click here to read the complete article about the Radio Frequency Identity Blocking Passport Wallet
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