Tips to help keep your holiday shopping secret

A new feature on Amazon prevents prying eyes from seeing presents in your order history



CNET December 3, 2015
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How to shop on Amazon without ruining the holidays
Keep your holiday shopping secret by setting up an Amazon Household and prevent prying eyes from seeing presents in your order history. READ MORE »
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