HERTZ'S AIRPORT FACIAL RECOGNITION PROGRAM USES CUSTOMER LOYALTY REWARDS TO CHANGE PUBLIC OPINION | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


HERTZ'S AIRPORT FACIAL RECOGNITION PROGRAM USES CUSTOMER LOYALTY REWARDS TO CHANGE PUBLIC OPINION

Americans no longer have to worry about the TSA (DHS) using facial recognition to spy on you and your family. Because private corporations and sports stadiums are doing their dirty work for them.

Two days ago, Hertz Global Holdings Inc., revealed their plans to install facial recognition fast lane car rentals at every airport.

Which really should not surprise anyone, because last month I revealed the key to convincing Americans to accept facial recognition is to offer them consumer loyalty rewards and avoiding long lines.

"SensibleVision CEO George Brostoff sees customer loyalty rewards as a logical next step in the U.S. And Goode Intelligence Founder Alan Goode, sees a huge potential for biometric customer loyalty programs. Goode also thinks facial recognition should be used for age verification in self-check out systems."

Hertz and CLEAR's slogan "The Exit Gate Without The Wait" follows that blueprint to a T. It is also a near carbon copy of DHS's "platinum spy on your neighbor cam-share club" which attempts to add exclusivity to spying on your neighbors.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

So now at car rental places all across the country, American travelers using Hertz for a car rental, are expected to relinquish our 4th Amendment right against unreasonable search and seizure for a faster checkout experience?!?

I think not, thank you.

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