Some travelers in Florida find new scanner "intrusive"

10/1/2010 | Sun-Sentinel (Fort Lauderdale, Fla.)

A full-body scanner was introduced Thursday at Florida's Palm Beach International Airport. Some travelers raised privacy concerns and said they preferred traditional screening methods to the scanners, which see through clothing to detect explosives and weapons. "I don't like it. I'll just go through [a metal detector]," said Newark, N.J.-bound, Lake Worth resident Gloria Donnelly. "I think it's intrusive."

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