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- ::Apple’s AirTags anti-stalking features worked perfectly in an incident in Connecticut, but the stalker stayed free for almost a year because he refused to report to the police.
An AirTag alert on an iPhone
Apple’s AirTags have put a spotlight on the issue of stalking, even though Apple’s own anti-stalking features have not always been successful. Now a man in Bridgeport, Connecticut has been identified and charged because of the warnings at least one AirTag sent to a driver’s iPhone.
According to WTNH, a woman whose name has not been disclosed, first received an alert of a device following her in February 2023. At the time, she believed it was because a relative had left behind a pair of AirPods in the car.
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