Opposition to TSA Screening Procedures at Airports
November 15, 2010 3 Comments
By Jerry Henry
Opposition to screening procedures at airports around the country is growing. Many groups, including the American Civil Liberties Union of New Jersey, are joining forces with members of the Senate and Assembly and calling on Congress to prohibit the use of full body scans. The full body scans create a computerized image of a person’s body. Some believe there may be health concerns over the use of the scanner. Other’s object to the pat down search, which is used for those who elect not to be scanned, as humiliating and invasive.