Wednesday, August 24, 2022

Study: 32% of smart tag owners say they use them to track other people without them knowing

A new report from Parks Associates says that 32% of people who own smart tags say they use the device to track another person’s location without that person even knowing they’re being tracked.

“The smart tag market is only beginning and has the potential to move into new use cases as consumers become more creative with how they track their valuables, as well as expand what is considered worth tracking,” Sarah Lee, Research Analyst, Parks Associates, said in a news release.

From the article, "Study: 32% of smart tag owners say they use them to track other people without them knowing" by Tyler Manning.

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