Stop Criminal Misuse of Apple Tech Trackers

Target: Tim Cook, CEO of Apple

Goal: Introduce enhanced security features for Apple AirTags immediately.

Apple is always bringing evolution to the tech industry, but one of its latest advances is stirring security concerns. The new button-sized device is designed to operate as a high-tech key finder. Individuals can use AirTags to locate keys or other lost objects through Bluetooth signals and Apple’s “Find My” network. Unfortunately, dangerous people are exploiting the technology for more nefarious purposes.

A model made headlines when she shared a story of someone secretly putting an AirTag in her coat pocket while she was at a bar. The woman alleges her whereabouts were then monitored by the person for several hours. After this story was shared, similar troubling reports of stalking behavior have emerged around the country. Criminals are seemingly using AirTags not as lost object location finders but as tracking devices that can lead them straight to victims. Since the device is so small, it can easily evade detection and can be placed either on a person, on a person’s belongings, or even on a car.

In response to calls for action, Apple has unveiled a series of changes. However, it only plans to introduce these needed actions later in the year. Sign the petition below to demand Apple up the timeline for crucial security measures.


Dear Mr. Cook,

AirTags are seemingly a useful technology upgrade, but as with all such evolutions they can become dangerous when placed in the wrong hands. Disturbing reports of stalking associated with AirTags compelled you to promise important safety measures like early warning alerts to potential victims, louder noise emissions, and warnings on the product itself. Critics welcome these changes but worry about Apple’s slow response to the issue.

Unfortunately, your lack of commitment to enacting these changes immediately adds to the skepticism of how seriously you are taking these reports. Law enforcement officials have already notified the company of the involvement of AirTags in suspected crimes like car theft. Although the devices may have yet to be connected to more serious violent crimes, the time will likely come, especially given anecdotes of AirTags with disabled security features being sold online.

Please make the implementation of these enhanced safety efforts the top company priority. Don’t wait until later to safeguard consumers. Protect them now.


[Your Name Here]

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One Comment

  1. Sometimes Apple is far more harmful than people expect. This is a case in point. A business as large as Apple is responsible and accountable for the products they make. Apple can see into the future of the product and can also envision the uses, both positive and negative, for the products they invent and sell. Every day people use the product for the better but the criminals too quickly use a product such as this to their advantage which is a complete disadvantage to regular law abiding people.

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