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Though \"strip-search\" backscatter X-ray machines were pulled from US airports for privacy reasons, the tech has found a new home in the MINI Z portable scanner. Made by American Science and Engineering (AS&E), it displays see-through images on a Windows tablet PC from low-intensity backscatter

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We don't envision very many people enjoying the idea of having TSA employees seeing every curve their body has to offer, but unfortunately for those who fail the primary metal detector test at Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport, you could be in for such a treat. While airport shoe scanners hav

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Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport looks to have the distinct honor of being the first airport in the United States to put the controversial \"backscatter\" x-ray technology to use, the very same excessively-intimate inspection technique that made its debut at London's Heathrow airport a couple

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