The answer to that question is "yes," according to this New York Times
article. "An AirTag is a 1.26-inch disc with location-tracking capabilities that Apple started selling earlier
this year as a way 'to keep track of your stuff.'" But "researchers now believe AirTags, which are equipped with Bluetooth technology, could be revealing a more widespread problem of tech-enabled
tracking." Check out the article for real-life examples of the problem.
Read the whole story at The New York Times »