Questions continue to surround airport scanners

Controversial body scanners have been rolled out at about 50 airports across the country, moving the debate over their effectiveness, privacy concerns and other issues from a theoretical to a practical discussion. More body-scanning machines are on the way, forcing travelers to decide whether to accept the new scanners or opt for an "enhanced pat down," which is conducted by a Transportation Security Administration employee.

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