New technology addresses airport screening controversy
The Transportation Security Administration demonstrated new advanced imaging software for screening. The technology is designed to address the controversy over body scanners and pat-downs at the nation's airports.
Israeli air security experts insist their methods better than U.S. Article | JERUSALEM - Israel has long held the reputation as home to the world's most stringent airport security procedures. But most passengers aren't frisked, there are no intimately revealing body-imaging scanners, and security experts dismiss as misguided the new, more intrusive American approach that...
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