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Parents are using Apple AirTags to track their kids. Should they be doing this?

While Apple has gone on record stating that its AirTag possession trackers should not be used on people, some parents seem to support the use of AirTags to keep tabs on their children in the name of safety.

Manufacturers are selling wearable accessories such as lanyards, necklaces, bracelets and watch bands to hold AirTags, which are typically used as key finders.

Brittney Mesa, a travel blogger from Los Angeles and the mom of an 18-month-old boy, told Fox News Digital her son’s safety is her “number-one concern,” especially when they’re out in public spaces.

Parents who are considering AirTags and similar devices for tracking their children should consult their state or city codes on surveillance, if any, before they commit to a purchase.

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Cortney Moore is a lifestyle writer on the Lifestyle team at Fox News Digital.

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