Apple launched its new Personal User Safety Guide which will provide some advice for self-protection to its users. Also, they will be given some information about the ways they can keep their data safe.
The AirTag devices are expected to find lost items such as keys or a wallet. They can be found by using Apple’s network, called “Find My”. Those devices are kind of button items that have to be attached to your possessions.
If you are “concerned about or experiencing technology-enabled abuse, stalking, or harassment.”, you will be offered support and “step-by-step” instructions on how to protect yourself.
You will also be given some information on what you are expected to do after finding AirTag which is not yours. The guide shows you even an application that has to be downloaded in order to alert users for crook AirTags.
However, you will also learn how to remove someone’s access to your location data, which was previously shared with them, and how to let a friend know your location and when you have arrived home safely.
In a BBC video, a woman said she had found an AirTag attached to her bag.