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For the modest

Gazette staff March 7th, 2012

The recently implemented Transportation Security Administration installations are now up and running at Will Rogers World Airport.

The machines use advanced imaging technology (AIT), which shoots out a harmless electromagnetic wave that works to detect dangerous things like weapons and explosives.

Pending no “anomaly,” the screen will give the OK for non-threatening passengers to make their way to the plane.

This new technology introduces a PG version of the 3-D body scans that were akin to a virtual strip search. The AIT generates a generic outline, rather than the controversial images that revealed every nook and cranny.

Some paranoid prudes got concerned that the 3-D nudes might be recorded and archived, and indeed, in 2010 an Electronic Privacy Information Center investigation uncovered thousands of scans stored at a Florida courthouse.

CFN feels for the TSA employees, whose jobs just got a lot more boring.

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