The Transportation Security Administrations’ (TSA) new full-body imaging scanners have drawn a lot of controversy lately, both from privacy advocates and people concerned with airport security. The scanners, which detect non-metallic items hidden beneath clothing, also reveal passengers’ bodies—a fact many people object to. But the scanners are also quite good at catching plastics and liquids that metal detectors miss.
We’ve thrown together a short, two-question survey to see what you think about this new technology. You can find the survey here. Please take a minute to answer the questions; we’ll compile the results and post them in a blog next week. Thanks in advance for your time!
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