With modesty in mind, TSA rolls out new body scans
Beginning in 2007, full-body scanners were installed at the nation's airports to address concerns that terrorists could smuggle explosives hidden in their clothing - or, in one infamous case, their underwear - that wouldn't be picked up by standard metal detectors. The scanners produced a fairly detailed image of a traveler's body, which was viewed on monitors by TSA screeners in a separate room.
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