TSA begins testing new advanced imaging technology machines
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TSA begins testing new advanced imaging technology machines

The U.S. Transportation Security Administration begins to test new AIT machines with the goal that they address privacy concerns by eliminating passenger-specific images, while also enhancing the security at airports. (Anna Uhls/The Washington Post)

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