Blogger shows world how to sneak anything past TSA’s nude body scanners
At the heart of the controversy over "body scanners" is a promise: The images of our naked bodies will never be public. Marshals in a Florida Federal courthouse saved 35, images on their scanner.
These are those images. A Gizmodo investigation has revealed of the photographs saved by the Gen 2 millimeter wave scanner from Brijot Imaging Systems, Nude. Marshals operating the machine in the Orlando, Florida, courthouse had improperly — perhaps illegally — saved images of the scans of public servants and private citizens.
We understand that it will be controversial to scans these photographs. But identifying features have been eliminated. And fortunately for those who walked through the scanner in Florida last year, this mismanaged machine used the less embarrassing imaging technique.
Yet the leaking of these photographs nude the security limitations of not scans this particular machine, but millimeter wave and X-ray backscatter body scanners operated by federal employees in our courthouses and by TSA officers in airports across the country.
That we can see these images today almost guarantees that others will be seeing similar images in the future. If you're lucky, it might even be a picture of you or your family.
While the fidelity of the scans from this machine are of surprisingly low resolution, especially compared to the higher resolution "naked scanners" using the potentially harmful X-ray backscatter technologyscans TSA and other government agencies have repeatedly touted the quality of "Advanced Imaging Technology," while simultaneously assuring customers that operators " cannot store, print, transmit or save the neked men sexy To the nude, these sample images were removed from the machine in Orlando by the U.