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Taylor Swift Used Facial Recognition at a Concert to Detect Stalkers

December 13, 2018

"Rolling Stone" says that Taylor Swift monitored her fans at a concert in California back in May, with facial recognition technology. It wasn't meant to invade fans' privacy, but to protect Taylor's safety. The images were transmitted to a "command post" in Nashville, and the faces were cross-referenced against Taylor's known stalkers. Naturally, there will be privacy concerns about these collected images . . . but it isn't just Taylor. 

Facial-recognition technology is on the rise at stadiums and arenas. Plus, Ticketmaster is developing a system that can identify fans' faces as they walk through the turnstiles to make entering a concert quicker and more efficient.

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