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Lawmakers Move to Eject Nude Scanners From New York Airports

Lawmakers Move to Eject Nude Scanners From New York Airports By Kevin Poulsen 18 Nov 2010 A New York City lawmaker on Thursday introduced legislation to prohibit the TSA from using its advanced body scanners at New York airports, including JFK, the busiest international airport in the country. Democratic councilman David Greenfield says six fellow council members have signed onto the proposal, which comes amid growing unease over the so-called Advanced Imaging Technology scanners, which allow airport screeners to see beneath a traveler's clothes.