by Sara M. Langston with the blog faculty Source: USA Today The Transportation Security Administration said Wednesday that it has begun installing software to give passengers more privacy when they're screened by some of the full-body scanning machines at airport checkpoints. It also says that the software's automatic detection capability eliminates the need for a TSA agent to look at a passenger's image in a viewing room. The TSA says it expects all 241 millimeter-wave machines at 40 U.S. airports to be upgraded by the end of the year. The move doesn't appease some consumer and privacy advocates who say the machines are a waste of money and represent an unlawful, virtual strip search of passengers. They also are concerned that radiation from the X-ray devices could be harmful. [Full story]
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