A lot of people despise the idea of the x-ray body scanners in airports, and it's easy to understand why. However, for a lot of people, the alternative is just as bad as demonstrated by John Tyner's now-viral "Don't touch my junk" video ; they don't want to be groped by a perfect stranger anymore than they want a perfect stranger to see them naked. I imagine there are a lot of people who share my reasoning. Still, what happens to the images of those who are scanned? The TSA has always said these images will never be recorded or stored, but we know that the machines are capable of storing images.
Are you naughty or nice? Judging by your intent to view this particular page, it's probably safe to say that you would like your intentions to remain private. For whatever reason you may have, here are the best full body scanner mobile apps that can show either nudity or x-ray imagery!
Dozens of pictures showing members of the public being X-Rayed by the controversial new body scanners have been leaked online. The images show visitors to a Florida courthouse standing inside the machine as it takes their photograph - their intimate body parts clearly visible. They were posted by technology blog Gizmodo after it emerged that US Marshals at the court had saved 35, images in breach of official rules. Revealed: Website Gizmodo, which published the saved images, admitted they were not high quality but said the breach of security was significant.