Warning: Canadian criminals are using AirTags to steal cars

The Dark Side of AirTags: How Criminals are Using Tracking Devices to Steal Cars and Invade Privacy

Apple has recently issued warnings about the misuse of AirTags by criminals to track vehicles. These tracking devices have become increasingly popular and have been used to steal cars. In Vermont, the Burlington Police have reported a surge in complaints from individuals who traveled to Canada and returned to find an unknown AirTag tracking them.

AirTags are designed to help users locate everyday items like keys or wallets through a mobile application. However, their misuse as tracking devices for vehicles has raised concerns among tech companies like Google and Apple, who are working on implementing alerts to notify users of unauthorized monitoring with such devices. The proliferation of these devices in the market has led to both beneficial and malicious uses, putting users at risk of being monitored without their knowledge.

Manufacturers must adopt good practices and protocols to safeguard user privacy and security when using these devices. As technology continues to advance, it’s essential for individuals to stay informed about potential risks and take necessary precautions to protect personal information and belongings.

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