Honolulu airport gets new scanner software

09/21/2011 | KHNL-TV/KGMB-TV (Honolulu) · KITV-TV (Honolulu)

The Transportation Security Administration has installed software that displays generic images of travelers' bodies at Honolulu International Airport. "It shows one generic image for every passenger," a TSA spokesman said. "It shows anomalies by yellow highlighted box so our security officers know where to look for any kind of a threat item." The TSA has spent $2 million upgrading scanners at airports across the U.S.

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