Taylor Swift Fans Photographed By Facial Recognition Technology Amid Stalker Drama

Dec. 13 2018, Updated 4:52 p.m. ET

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Fans are not happy with Taylor Swift.

This May 18, during her concert at the Rose Bowl in California, the pop diva hired a security team to monitor the crowd and make sure none of her stalkers were in the audience!

According to Rolling Stone, facial recognition technology was installed on the screens of the stadium. So when fans looked up to see cheeky videos of Swift, 29, rehearsing, snapshots of their faces were sent straight to a “command post” in Nashville!

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“Everyone who went by would stop and stare at it, and the software would start working,” Mike Downing, the chief security officer of Oak View Group told the magazine.

RadarOnline.com readers know Swift has had various issues with stalkers in the past. Earlier this month, one of them was even sentenced to six months in prison for barging into her house to use her shower and nap in her bed!

But who has access to all her fans’ concert photos?

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