I really don’t get it. What is the problem with facial recognition software being used to identify ne’er-do-wells? If you’re not guilty of anything, why should you care that you have been tracked? If you are mis-identified, resulting in a few questions from the boys in blue, what’s the beef? Maybe it’s just me, and the way I’ve become desensitised about going through security checks on a daily basis - but honestly, I don’t get the whole ‘invasion of privacy’ thing. If the (admittedly imperfect) technology helps catch more bad guys, I’m all for it! Thoughts?