knapplc wrote: Metroid wrote:
Atog wrote:I'm sure that some people have issues with privacy, but it's not that big of an issue for me personally. I mean, from that picture it doesn't look ridiculously graphic.
Yeah its not like they'll be able to tell if the carpet matches the drapes.
I'd bet they can in a few years, though.
But like Atog, I have nothing to hide. I am the pauper in the land of pickpockets - nobody wants to steal what I have.
I'm not so sure if these new x-ray machines even need
to be that detailed though. If the airports want to use them as an alternative to frisking and just want to see if you've got a weapon or something hidden in your pants, then all the machines need to be able to do is differentiate the body from any other foreign materials, right?
Or am I not thinking as devious as knapp??
One way I can see this type of machine being abused is to check whether or not a young celeb got implants.
The cake is a lie.