I'm pretty sure if you were, and the crime was caught on camera, your position on facial-recognition software would change.
Funny enough (actually the opposite of funny), the systems used by law enforcement are designed to create more false positives, which then leaves it up to law enforcement to decide which "leads" to follow up on. This will certainly be used to validate abusive behavior.
Additionally, facial recognition is used in some countries right now to silence political dissidents. If you think that can't or won't happen in the US, I'd suggest you look at how activists have been treated in the past (beaten, arrested, and sometimes killed).
yes, but likely in the wrong direction because I'd be angry and personally insecure. Decisions of liberty, privacy and law shouldn't be based on personal experiences or trauma.
I find this line of argument weird. Do you really think a personal decision about long term social issues is better than an impersonal one?