The Transportation Security Administration has told Congress that it’s finished retrofitting airport scanners to blunt a widely criticized technology that shows graphic detail of a passenger’s body as he or she goes through security checkpoints.
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TSA: No More Graphic, Full-Body Airport Scans
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