Thank God we're not in there anymore, though I suspect any European car manufacturers will have the same systems. Can't wait to get some American cars over here in that case.
There's one thing I have against the limiter function - I would not call this a safety feature, moreover a danger. If you do need speed to avoid a collision or potential accident - yes you can floor it, but you do have to floor it - even so, this can be hit and miss and there was always a delay in the car reaction.
Second, despite the manufacturers warnings, people do like their car mats - and the number of generic ones I have seen on vehicles that do not have the cut-away for the accelerator pedal are in the majority - so these can inhibit 'flooring' the pedal to the ground to overwrite the speed limiter. They should be removed as unsafe IMO.
Again, we are coming back to technology trying to replace human instinct, awareness and anticipation of things a laser or radar or a camera simply cannot replace.
In my case, I have speed sign recognition - it is great as an aid. Although the signs show up on the dash and HUD, it is up to me whether I observe them or not. As it happens I use this combined with the cruise to maintain the speed limits with a flick of a button, but I would not want any mandating of this.
Same for LDWS - great on motorways - but bloody annoying on winding country lanes with variable, missing, or no white lines and the system goes mad beeping every 2 minutes - so I turn this off every journey or I would end up in the asylum.
I suspect too much 'nannying' will inevitably result in more research and ways to remove such features as we have seen previously.