WASHINGTON (Reuters) - New software for screening travelers at U.S. airports will do away with naked images, addressing a major public concern, the Transportation Security Administration said Wednesday.
After complaints from travelers the TSA earlier this year began testing at four airports software for the full-body scanners that instead uses a generic body outline and highlights the area where any anomaly is detected, eliminating the actual image of the passenger.
http://news.yahoo.com/u-airport-body-sc … 41040.html
well who is relieved to hear this?...lol
As a frequent traveller who is now nicknamed "Tiny Tim" by airport security staff I will be pleased to see the back of this.
In the same way Robin's pal was "little" John, yesno?
Don't see any problem with such a procedure...Anyway, sometimes you have to demonstrate your naked body to doctors, for example.
by sannyasinman 7 years ago
Are Airport Body Scanners really necessary? Apparently not, because on 24 November 2010, the designated National Opt-Out day, the TSA simply switched them off to avoid embarassment and media attention, at airports all around the USA and let travellers go through without any body scans or pat downs....
by qwark 7 years ago
Who gives a damn!Do 'em both!When I fly, I wanna know I'm gonna arrive alive!You?
by Ralph Deeds 7 years ago
FINALLY — A great alternative to body scanners at airports . . . The Israelis are developing an airport security device that eliminates the privacy concerns that come with full-body scanners at the airports. It’s a booth you...
by sannyasinman 7 years ago
Act now and travel with dignity . . . http://wewontfly.com/opt-out-day/
by Tony the writer 6 years ago
How do you pass through Airport scanners,stress free?
by LailaK 6 years ago
Many people agree and disagree with racial profiling. To put it in simpler words, if someone looks like a terrorist, for example, do you think he/she should be stopped and checked in the airport only because the person looks like one? Would you get offended if YOU were randomly picked out from the...
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