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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.

 
 

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A security screen shows potential threatening items on a Transportation Security Administration employee in a test of new scanner technology Tuesday.


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