Florida airport will use generic-image body scanners

Southwest Florida International Airport will use body scanners equipped with automated target recognition software that display only a generic image of travelers. The Transportation Security Administration has already installed the scanners at 100 airports. "With the installation of the latest software, we are able to employ state-of-the-art technology while taking privacy to the next level," said Robert Cohen, federal security director for the airport.

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