Apple AirTag harassment is worse than anyone thought – what you can do

Since Apple’s AirTags launched last year, we’ve heard stories of how they’re being used for an unintended purpose: harassment. It’s been a particular problem for womenand now it looks like it could be even more serious than people thought.

This is according to research by Motherboard (opens in a new tab), which found reports from eight major police departments, covering an eight-month period. During that time, 150 reports mentioned AirTags, 50 of which were from women who received notifications that a rogue AirTag was following them.