TSA to replace metal detectors with whole-body scanners

04/7/2009 | NYTimes.com

The Transportation Security Administration had originally planned to use whole-body imaging machines on passengers who set off checkpoint metal detectors. Initial testing, however, prompted the TSA to decide to replace metal detectors with imaging machines. Critics say the equipment results in the equivalent of "a physically invasive strip search."

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