Back in the good old 90s, if a friend let slip they’d put a tracker on their husband or followed him to work, we’d have imagined Glenn Close stalking Michael Douglas in Fatal Attraction. Yet two decades later, spousal – and parental – surveillance is not just common, but accepted, with apps now a global obsession. Use of this so-called ‘stalkerware’ has risen by 35%* in the UK in the past year, with 16% of parents admitting to tracking their kids.

Most location apps work on mutual volunteering of information – but what if your husband isn’t

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