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Radio frequency identification technology, or RFID, is increasingly being used in various forms of ID, such as newly issued passports and licenses and contactless credit cards that allow users to simply tap and go. The only problem? Identity thieves can now steal your personal information wirelessly, if you're not careful. Enter Kena Kai, an Anaheim Hills, Calif.-based design firm has developed a line of wallets and travel accessories made with RFID-blocking material that will keep your information secure -- and prevent wireless access to it -- no matter where you're headed.