In the latest instance of “WE’RE DANGEROUSLY ADDICTED TO MACHINES,” the folks that run ZoneAlarm have just released an interesting visual study titled “Airport Lost and Found.” The study reveals some serious technology dependency and apprehensiveness when it comes to traveling, so much so that they’ve concluded that travelers are more fearful of losing a laptop above losing a wedding ring. That finding should be taken with a grain of salt, as the average person is probably less fearful of losing something that’s snug around their finger while their laptop is pretty loosely attached to their person.

Here’s the complete look…do any of these findings ring true for you?

Infographic by ZoneAlarm