Saturday, October 03, 2009

In Defense of Full Body Scanners at Airports

Neal Bortz has up an interesting post in defense of the use of full body scanners to screen people at airports. He recently was put through one in Atlanta after the metal from his knee replacement surgery set off the traditional metal detector. He says usually when this happens it takes quite a while to have someone check him manually, where as with the scanner it was very quick.

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