It was always understood that companies had our data if they wanted it... but to hear "privacy concerns will have likely shifted" is concerning even to me, and I normally don't think twice. I know they want to do tracing for the virus (which is understandable), but I don't think that should all of a sudden mean that we expect our facial recognition to be gathered at a theme park. There's something a little too Westworld about that and is unsettling to think about in a way.I think it’s a fair question. By the time facial recognition tech is feasible on the scale a theme park will need, privacy concerns will have likely shifted.
I know they probably have most of the same info now anyway, but there's just something about giving up your facial ID that has a little bit too much of a "robots taking over the world" vibe for me.