Dec 6, 2022

Apple sued by women over AirTag stalking

Apple is being sued by two women who say AirTags were used to stalk them. The two women say the AirTags were used by their former partners to track them down. On releasing them, Apple said that "AirTags are designed to track items not people". If an AirTag is found moving with a person the AirTag is not registered with, a message should appear on their phone alerting them to it. The BBC has previously spoken to several women who say they were either notified of, or found, rogue AirTags.

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