Taylor Swift has become Big Brother

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There the images were fed to a facial recognition system that looked for known Taylor Swift stalkers.

On Thursday morning, the "New Year's Day" singer debuted on Instagram the trailer for her new Netflix concert film that centers around her Reputation tour.

Swift has had a number of issues with insane fans trying to track her down.

I'm not gonna lie: I love me some Taylor Swift, and not in a shameful guilty pleasure way.

"Everybody who went by would stop and stare at it, and the software would start working", said Downing, whom the publication said was present at the concert as a guest of the kiosk company to view how it all worked.

In what appears to be a nightmare dressed like a daydream, concertgoers' images were snapped up when they watched a display screening Swift's rehearsal clips, because there wasn't just a blank space behind - rather, a camera was hidden inside.

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(The Verge) Taylor Swift held a concert at California's Rose Bowl this past May that was monitored by a facial recognition system. Another was arrested outside her Beverly Hills home with a knife in his auto as well as a mask.

Roger Alvarado, a 22-year old man who broke into her NY home in April, is due to be sentenced to six months in prison next month after pleading guilty to attempted burglary and criminal contempt.

The home invader accepted a plea offer of six months in prison and is scheduled to be formally sentenced later this month. Various news accounts paint a disturbing picture of some of her many stalkers, including one she got a restraining order against who'd been sending her threatening letters.

The Taylor Swift concert documentary hits Netflix on December 31, 2018.

Taylor's representatives did not respond to a request for comment.