posted on Jan, 5 2010 @ 05:11 AM
See , this is one of the reasons I will never fly again. I am the only person with the right to veiw my body in such detail. I dont even go swimming
because I get jealous of all the people soaking up all my sexy .... HA !
To be honest , I think that the idea behind the technology is great, but the application , and the method by which the device does its job is not
adquate to the task , or for that matter civil in the untertaking of the same.
Rather than taking full body pictures , they ought to scan the body for suspect chemical trace and solid returns like knives and pistols, and only
provide a picture of the location on the body , where the suspect return came from . That way a persons rights are protected , but the scanner can
still effectively do its work. Of course the current machines and the ones in development are only built to provide an image which must be examined by
a customs or security service officer. That is quite frankly inefficient and lazy. Rather than putting science and technology to the test, and rolling
out what amounts to a forensic scanner capable of reading the chemical trace of explosives , and the hard return of metals and weapons, and then
presenting the customs agent with ONLY visual data relavent to the task of securing the aircraft , they build a dumb machine for taking pictures of
people through thier clothes. Useless lazy pathetic and inadequate. May the designer burn in hell.