Apple AirTags are still being used by stalkers to track people's movements without their knowledge. The wireless, Bluetooth devices, which cost as little as £29, are intended to keep track of personal items such as keys or cars. Anything that is at risk of being lost or stolen. Earlier in the year, Apple warned AirTag users not to track people.
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