Taylor Swift resorted to a method that would not come to mind to identify stalkers. Swift and her team, in May, installed screen in the stadium and inside this big screen they placed hidden camera and took picture of stalkers. It was revealed that she compared with fans who harassed her on social media.
According to the news in Rolling Stone magazine, the concert took place on May 18 at the Rose Bowl Stadium in the US state of California. It was stated that the photos taken by the fans were taken at the time of Taylor Swift’s screenings.
According to Mike Dowing, executive director of Oak View Group, the photos taken by the concert participants were transferred to a command center in Nashville and compared with a database of Swift’s obsessive followers.
IN MAY, SWIFT’S HOUSE HAS BEEN VIOLATED
When Taylor Swift was not in her house in April, the artist was told that his house in New York’s Soho district was forcibly entered by Roger Alvarado climbing the stairs and breaking the window.
It was reported that Alvarado had taken a shower at home and had him cut in bed for a while until a witness called the police and he was detained thereafter.
It was reported that Alvarado had taken a shower at home and slept in the bed of Taylor Swift bed for a while until a witness called the police and he was detained thereafter.
He was sentenced to six months’ imprisonment for his alleged attempt at theft and was subject to suspension covering a period of five years.
Although Swift and her team have chosen an intelligent method to keep troubled fans under control, the use of facial recognition technology in this direction has been interpreted as rather creepy.
On the other hand, this event seems to be discussed for a longer period of time, in terms of keeping the images in mind, or raising many questions about how to use them in the future.