Amscreen already has over 6,000 screens across Europe, and says the Tesco network will reach a weekly audience of 5 million. And don’t think you can escape it: Quividi, the audience measurement company behind the OptimEyes face-tracking technology, claims 94 percent of shoppers view their screens.
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The question we should be asking is what right does any company have to obtain these details without us giving our permission? This is one area l will be looking into over the next few weeks , and will report back in due course!
Personally l think this is an invasion of our privacy and we should all consider boycotting ” Tesco’s Fuel Stations ” until they realise we do not agree!
- What Does Your Face Say About You? (shootthescribe.wordpress.com)
- Tesco face-scanning ad screens raise privacy concerns (computerweekly.com)
- Face-Scanning Screens That Can Determine Your Age and Gender Are Coming to a Gas Station Near You (motherboard.vice.com)
- Face-Scanning Screens That Can Determine Your Age and Gender Are Coming to a Gas Station Near You (blacklistednews.com)