Taylor Swift travel data leaks online triggering privacy concerns

Taylor Swift, the American singer with multiple talents, is extremely concerned about her privacy these days as environmental advocate groups are publishing her travel data online, giving a tip-off to stalkers about her whereabouts.

In the year 2022, a survey conducted by a company called ‘Yard’ landed Swift on top of the list of ‘Celebrities with the Worst Private Jet CO2 Emissions’.

The survey confirmed that the ‘We are never getting back together’. Singer had taken about 173 flights in a time frame of just Jan-July, totally 15.9 days and 22,923 minutes. On an average, her jet travel led to emission of about 8,290 tonnes of Carbon Dioxide, 1000 times more than what an average American does in a year.

All such information, including her future itinerary, is allowing stalkers to gain data related to her travel history and stalk her in places wherever she regularly visits- such as Missouri and Nashville.

Though the concern of environmentalists is comprehensive, it is allowing Ms. Swift to deal with multiple stalkers every month, with info being made public.

As per the PR of Anti-Hero artist, the singer has already invested millions in technology to safeguard her online presence from espionage related threats and privacy mongers.

Despite the efforts, the menace of trackers is going out of hand to the singer and so she has decided to take a legal course of action against those publishing her travel data online, as it appears to be the only solution, currently.

Naveen Goud
Naveen Goud is a writer at Cybersecurity Insiders covering topics such as Mergers & Acquisitions, Startups, Cyber Attacks, Cloud Security and Mobile Security

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