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AirTag Anti-Stalking Measures ‘Just Aren’t Sufficient’ Says Washington Post Report – MacRumors

The safeguards that Apple built into AirTags to prevent them from being used to track someone “just aren’t sufficient,” The Washington…

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The safeguards that Apple built into AirTags to prevent them from being used to track someone “just aren’t sufficient,” The Washington Post’s Geoffrey Fowler said today in a report investigating how ‌AirTags‌ can be used for covert stalking.
Fowler planted an AirTag on himself and teamed up with a colleague to be pretend stalked, and he came to the conclusion that the ‌AirTags‌ are a “new means of inexpensive, effective stalking.”
Apple’s safeguards include privacy alerts to let iPhone users know…

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