Archive for August 5th, 2010

Screening is increasing at Bush

August 5, 2010

Cargo and passengers will face increased screening before airplanes carrying them take off from Bush Intercontinental Airport.

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Airport body scanner scandal erupts

August 5, 2010

The TSA has insisted all along that these machines cannot capture, store or transmit images of travelers’ naked bodies. But there’s new evidence to show that the scanners can do just that.

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Naked Body Scanners: Monumental Cover Up Exposed

August 5, 2010

Feds admit they lied over storing images, why trust them over safety, functionality and efficiency of radiation-firing machines?

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Feds Store Body Scans; US Marshals Saved 35,000 Images from Just One Courthouse

August 5, 2010

Not everyone is happy with what critics call a “virtual strip search,” especially since a government agency has recently admitted to saving the images of people in their birthday suits.

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