(by Tyler Durden | Zero Hedge) – Tracking devices can sometimes be useful: you can attach one to your phone or wallet and know where it is at all times, for example. But the Bluetooth and ultra-wideband (UWB) tracking devices are moving towards a “dangerous new era”, according to a new writeup by Android Authority. The devices are getting so small, prominent and widely available that risks of both stalking and general surveillance using them can no longer be ignored, the piece argues. It calls stalking the “biggest and most obvious threat”. It can happen when a tracker, usually a thin […]

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