As an off topic aside just because I like bringing this up whenever I have the chance. Walmart conducts facial recognition on anyone entering their stores and I would assume other large retailers like Target do as well. The reason I know this is because I have a friend who when they were younger and was nearly homeless got caught shoplifting and was taken to an office in the store where they were photographed.
They had always told me they could not go to ANY Walmart because they were banned from all of them and any time he would begin to walk into one he would be met by security telling him he was banned from entry. I called him on it during a road trip so we walked into a Walmart in a state neither of us had ever lived in and were approached by security who told us we needed to leave.
I honestly have no idea what the laws are surrounding such a database but it’s kind of horrifying to think you could be permanently banned from stores whose goals are to completely remove local grocery stores from areas they setup in. You could make a mistake when you’re a teen that then gets you banned for life which could completely change how you live. There are definitely towns/cities you probably could not live in from being banned from Walmart because that is the only general store for miles. Imagine being banned for life from Target/Walmart because you got in a fight over Pokemon cards and it upended your life in such a way that it determined where you could and could not live.
Anyway that’s my boring dystopia fact of the day.