When you are an artist with millions of fans around the world, it is very possible that you have either one or a follower. Taylor Swift She knows this well and does not intend to sit idly by with people who attack her, hiding behind the anonymity provided by the Internet and the social networks.
In light of this, today it became known that Taylor Swift has been secretly implementing Facial recognition systems In their concerts, in order to identify "hunt" their stalkers, according to information that Rolling Stone had access to.
And, it's legal … at least in the US
According to the information, during the last concert in May at Rose Bowl in California, the United States, Taylor Swift's team first introduced a system of blank faces to the participants, where the goal was Try to identify some of the artist's stalks.
Mike Downing, security director at Oak View Group, an expert on live events and saying he personally participated in the concert, mentioned that Kiosk was set up in the presence of several Taylor Swift videos during his rehearsals. What no one knew, that This kiosk secretly scanned the face of anyone watching these videos.
According to him, all the information collected from the faces was sent to the control center in Nashville, Tennessee, where they were responsible Search for matches between the participants "hundreds of pictures of the well-known Taylor Swift".
While there is no official confirmation from the Taylor Swift team, this will be the first time this type of technology is used during a massive concert to identify stokers in the United States, at least publicly. And contrary to the imagination of some, this practice is completely legal, since A concert is a private event where organizers can subject participants to any type of follow-up.
Without permission, The details of this face recognition application are unknown, That is, we do not know if the day is still in use or if it was used in other concerts, what happens with the collected photos are eliminated or are they saved? Or if they were able to identify the stalker and what was their fate.
To this day, we've heard all kinds of news about usage Facial recognition technologies, Ranging from espionage missions in China, upcoming airline deployments, alleged collaborations with the government to identify illegal immigrants, and major efforts in search platforms for missing children. And it's just beginning.