Court Upholds Tsa's Use Of Full-body Scanners

Court upholds TSA's use of full-body scanners

A U.S. appeals court Friday upheld the use of full-body scanners to screen air travelers, but said the Transportation Security Administration should have sought public comment before deploying them.

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