Nader joins call to delay scanner roll-out

02/25/2010 | ZDNet

Consumer activist Ralph Nader has joined Marc Rotenberg, president of the Electronic Privacy Information Center, in calling on President Barack Obama to halt deployment of airport body scanners pending further research into health and privacy concerns. With scanning technology due to be installed in all international airports by year's end, critics say questions continue to linger over such issues as storage of images.

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