Full-body scanners to be removed from US airports
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Controversial full-body scanners will be removed from the US airports amid widespread privacy concerns.
The scanners, which to the discomfort of many travelers had become a part of security screening at airports in the past few years, would be done away with by June, a federal agency announced Friday.
This is primarily because the company which had installed such scanners in airports has not been able to deploy the non-imaging Automated Target Recognition software as mandated by the Congressionally, the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) said.
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