... it can lead to all sorts of interesting findings:
The new full-body imaging machines that will arrive at O'Hare this fall look through clothing to create an explicit silhouette of the traveler—showing shapes, folds of fat and other anatomical characteristics—to identify possible hidden objects.Quick! Where's HIPAA?!? Imagine the breast implants, tummy tucks, pacemakers, defibrillators, mastectomy scars, colostomy bags, naval (and other appendage) jewelry, folds of fat, type of underwear they'll see. Worse yet, what if someone's going "commando" without underwear?!
Even though facial features are blurred to protect privacy, the images reveal breasts, buttocks and other private parts, prompting some civil liberties groups to call the machines an unacceptable intrusion. ...
The full-body imaging pictures are formed by one of two ways—bouncing beams of radio frequency energy off the skin or conducting a low-dose X-ray of an individual.
Man, those poor airport security agents are going to need hazardous duty pay...
... oh, yeah, I forgot to mention...
... welcome to our world.
i'm sorry, i know it is off topic but is that person farting?
anony 8:41 -
I've got now clue what that is, but if so, maybe it's the next tactic by passengers to shorten the security lines...
And the TSA will still be one of the biggest wastes of money possible. They rarely find anything when tested by others.
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