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Transportation Security Administration employees show new body scanner software that uses a stick figure to represent the passenger being scanned, rather than an actual image of the person. (Reuters)

U.S. 1st Circuit: Explicit airport body scan suit moot after feds upgrade software

The government, however, has informed us that, as of May 16, 2013, the AIT scanners currently deployed at passenger screening checkpoints are no longer generating the revealing images of passengers' bodies that spawned this lawsuit; instead, they are displaying a generic outline of a person for all passengers.


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