Published July 20, 2011
AP – Sept. 1, 2010: Transportation Security Administration employee Anthony Brock, left, demonstrates a new full-body scanner at San Diego’s Lindbergh Field with TSA employee Andres Lozano in San Diego.
Under fire from privacy advocates, the Transportation Security Administration is upgrading its full body scanners to eliminate the use of images that show a passenger’s naked body.
Over the new few months, the agency will install new software known as Automated Target Recognition (ATR) that can auto-detect items that pose a potential threat using a generic outline of a person for all passengers.
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Join the party! End airport abuse, humiliation by Thanksgiving
WASHINGTON – More than a half-million individual letters of protest of the new system of institutionalized airport abuse and humiliation are on their way to members of Congress, Barack Obama and Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano, thanks to WND’s C.E.A.S.E. program – Cease Enhanced Airport Security Excesses.
The program allows the public to send 537 protest letters to each member of the House and Senate, Obama and Napolitano, with guaranteed Fed Ex delivery, for only $29.95. It is modeled after the historic “pink slips” campaign of last year that sent 9 million letters that drained the nation’s supplies of pink paper and put members of Congress on notice of what to expect in the Nov. 2 election this year.
Do you want to put a stop to airport humiliation through invasive “pat-downs” and “virtual strip searches”?
Here’s how to participate in the program, devised by Joseph Farah, editor and chief executive officer of WND, who has set a goal of ending the abuse by Thanksgiving.
Because of the volume of these messages, WND is able to send them less expensively than American citizens could send them individually. Through this program, you can send the 537 messages for only $29.95. To replicate that feat individually, postage alone would cost more than $236. But the impact of participating in the “STOP AIRPORT HUMILIATION CAMPAIGN” makes your protest much more impressive – being a part of a mass movement, rather than an individual grievance, explained Farah.
As the letter being sent to officials in Washington states, under the new screening protocols, passengers are subjected to a virtual “strip search” by being required to undergo a humiliating full-body scan, resulting in the display of a graphic image of their naked body to be scrutinized by a TSA agent.
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