I searched the recent threads but didn't see this topic so my apologies if this is already been addressed. A friend of mine was recently at 2 of the resorts (the All Star and another one) and said that she had to pull up in her car to a certain point so her photo could be taken. Has anyone else had this experience? Does anyone know WHY they are taking people's photos and what they do with them? Though obviously everyone is under some form of surveillance, having a picture taken and presumably stored ruffles my beliefs in privacy. On a surveillance camera, your moving image is anonymous and not necessarily associated with something to index you to another form of identity - such as a license plate number. I understand that many people will consider this a reasonable request that enhances security. But I am one of those people who consider things to be reasonable only if I know why they are being done in the first place. I appreciate anyone who has insight or a good theory on what our pictures are being used for.