Miami International Airport and Fort Lauderdale International Airport have been out front in using full body scanners for security. Now the question is will that change after the European Union announced it has banned X-ray body scanners.
The Transportation Security Administration said it’s installing new technology in some U.S. airports so when a traveler goes through checkpoint security, a generic outline of a person’s body will be shown instead of the image of a naked body.
While many airplane flyers wanted to mutiny this holiday season, outraged over government screeners seeing images of their body parts, the I-Team has been investigating what you can’t see: radiation and what it could mean for you.
How do you know, as you rush through your Christmas shopping, that the scanners virtually every store uses are clicking off the right price?