Group plans to boycott scanners

11/15/2010 | USA Today · Washington Post, The · USA Today

Some passenger groups and airline employees say scanners and pat-downs violate their civil liberties. A new group, dubbed flyersrights.org, is urging travelers to boycott the scanners and insists that pat-downs be done in a private room. TSA Administrator John Pistole called the boycotts "irresponsible." Some pilots unions are also urging members to avoid the scanners.

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