AirTag stalking is ‘frighteningly easy’ a Washington Post reporter has said in a review, claiming Apple’s item trackers could be misused by abusive partners, despite Apple’s safeguards.
The opportunities to track unsuspecting people have been well-documented since Apple announced the Tile rival, with Apple ensuring to publicise the safeguards it has in place to prevent a stalker just slipping an AirTag into someone’s jacket or handbag.
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