Less invasive Scanners for the U.S. airports

The Administration and Security Transportation of the United States began this week the deployment of new software for scanners at air terminals, delivering images that are less revealingly of travelers, after the big controversy about this issue.

This new system “enhances privacy by deleting specific images of passengers and instead automatically detect potentially threatening objects and indicates its location in the general shape of a person”, said the Administration and Security Transportation.

The first to try this program was the McCarran International Airport in Las Vegas.

Scanners, X-ray technology is currently used in U.S. airports since its installation caused a great deal of protest among passengers, who complained that the device generates a graphic image of the naked body of a person, including their genitals.

An important measure for the passengers of American airports.

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