Airport to use new scanners

Indianapolis International Airport is set to receive new body-scanning technology that will change the images seen by security officials. The new scanning technology from the Transportation Security Administration will show general body outlines instead of naked bodies. Indianapolis is one of 40 U.S. airports set to receive the scanners, likely within a few weeks. The current body-imaging machines have sparked controversy and concern about privacy among passengers.
 

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