Privacy still an issue with new non-nude scanners

06/4/2013 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

Security scanners in airports that revealed a nude image of travelers are no longer in operation, but that doesn't mean the issues with scanners are over. Now some privacy advocates say they think the TSA is retaining the images created with the new millimeter-wave scanners, which do not show "nude" images.

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