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TSA tries to assuage privacy concerns about full-body scans

It has come to this. Already shoeless, beltless and waterless, more beleaguered air passengers will be holding their legs apart, raising their arms and effectively baring it all as they pass through U.S. airport security checkpoints. Add the "full-body scan" to the list of indignities that some t...

By Philip Rucker

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