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An Arkansas Law Firm is Joining a Class Action Lawsuit against Apple regarding AirTag Tracking in context with Stalking

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KTHV, a television station in Little Rock, Arkansas, is reporting that an Arkansas law firm claims that Apple has failed to prevent the unwanted tracking of people, despite warnings from domestic violence advocates.

Wh Law, who has locations in Little Rock, Conway, Jonesboro and Fayetteville, is part of a national class action lawsuit that's suing the tech giant.

Two of the women behind the lawsuit claim that Apple negligently failed to prevent this kind of tracking, despite warnings from domestic violence advocates last year.

They're seeking damages after becoming victims of stalking. In addition, they want a court order stopping Apple from releasing these types of products.

For more on this, read the full report by KTHV.

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