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For their eyes only?

Scans airport security staff sees would shock passengers, critics say

By Nicole C. Wong
Globe Staff / August 11, 2008

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In a few months, some travelers at Logan International Airport will be asked to let security officials see them naked. While fully clothed, they will be directed to step into a "millimeter wave" machine that resembles a glass elevator. Then, a pair of rotating antennas will emit radio frequency waves to create holograms of their physiques, without clothes. (Full article: 1235 words)

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