if you don want a TSA official finger in your colon.
As far as we are being told: the images are not saved, not storable, not transferrable, only kept for 10 seconds and destroyed, visible only to a person in another room who cannot see you (as in, hey check out the redhead, let scan her), etc. etc.
So, let see if we have this straight. People would rather protect some notion of privacy or modesty than get blown out of the sky? Or to turn it around the other way, ahead and kill me, but don look at me naked. Let get real, folks. First of all, all human bodies look the same some people have more lumps in one place than another, but we ultimately are all the same. Secondly, we reveal our physical selves for many reasons already in the MD office to the changing rooms in department stores. (Certainly you know many of those dressing rooms are monitored to prevent theft.) If this device will make us reliably safer, we would be fools to object on the basis of something as useless as modesty. Heck, if I had to get naked and don a hospital gown to guarantee safety, even that might be worth it. The idea is to minimize the risks while still having the benefits of air travel. We need to grow up. They can see the you on these devices, and chances are you not that great to look at anyway (I know I not) even if they could. This is the most ridiculous argument I have heard in years.
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Like Bob said, it happened in the UK. Probably some bloke/flunkie who used his cameraphone to snap the screen. I can imagine these images were in the least bit probably more just for laughs. Have you seen who traveling these days?
It Sneakers Nike Air could be okay if one person has the unfortunate job of sitting in a room, reviewing our lumpy bodies and looking for PETN in our underwear, with a radio to warn TSA agents for secondary screening. But do we trust TSA agents to do the right thing here and not keep these invasive photos?
fine if they want to do a secondary screening at the gate.
My main concern is the health risk to those being scanned, and those doing the scanning. Is there radiation involved? How much? Are the workers exposed to large amounts over time? How about frequent fliers?
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I rather have some random person in a box see what I look like in the locker room than an awkward pat down in front of the whole terminal or an even more awkward real strip search. It an invasion of privacy, but they really just unidentifiable bodies shapes. Sad we had to get here, but given the alternative I rather be scanned.
Also, if the images are blurring body parts, then don you suppose that would be terrorists would just hide whatever they are going to bring on board in the sensitive areas so as not to be detected. Full imaging for every passenger with no exceptions is the way to do it if it is going to happen.
Some might be made to feel more comfortable if there were separate lines for males and females, with a member of the same gender being the only one seeing the images. Or, for that matter, image recognition software is advanced enough that it could easily identify if there were questionable areas that needed further attention by security personnel.
vested interest in a new technology declaring that the new technology would prevented the attack.
Kassie is right: you do not have to fly; it is a choice. If they want to scan me coming through, fine. Bob, you can be sure that the rich and famous will have their own line.
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Like Matt said, I can imagine these sorts of images to be sexy, especially not to a person who sees hundreds of scans every day.
All the technology, scans, etc. mean exactly SQUAT if the TSA person is not paying attention due to distraction, fatigue, or indifference.
Do people who have privacy issues with body screening also have issues with having X rays taken? Why is an image of your body outline any more of an invasion of privacy than an image of your bone structure?
Let get real everybody colon looks the same, some with more bumps than other.
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Intelligence, good police work, and _reasonable_ security procedures work. . What we have right now is security theater that costs billions, wastes unknowable time, and lowers our quality of life while making us no safer. From what I heard this man was suspected to have Al Queda ties and he was also holding a valid visa for travel to the US. This has brought up a lot of talk about airport security, but what about the screening and visa approval process prior to that? Why was he issued a visa by the US government in the first place??
It would be okay if one person sat in a room, searching people colons, where they couldn see who you were.
As Bruce Schneier said on Rachel Maddow the other day, we need to quit thinking about how to prevent the last attack and start thinking about how to prevent the next one. Whatever we do, the next attack will do something different. Here something astonishingly creative that would defeat full body scanners: blow up a train instead of an airplane.
Privacy issue or modesty issue? Refusing to allow a TSA official to search your colon seems more like a modesty issue.
No, I don think that it at all. I think it the rapid rush to change rules when we don even know what happened yet.
I know people whose visas have been denied for much less.
//People would rather protect some notion of privacy or modesty than get blown out of the sky?
My frustration as a semi regular traveler is that TSA appears at times to be more obsessed with those damn Ziploc bags and enforcing the 3 ounce limit, to the exclusion of just about everything else.
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