While TSA is committed to the widespread introduction of body-scanning machines at US airports, the EU's European Economic and Social Committeeadvised against their use at EU airports, asserting the technology is "not yet sufficiently fit for purpose and more consideration needs to be given to the alternatives." The EU advisory body based its decision on concerns about privacy rights if images are unduly stored, printed or disseminated. It also claimed there is a lack of ...

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