Oct 152009
 
 October 15, 2009  Non-U.S., Surveillance, Youth & Schools

John Ozimek reports:

Manchester Airport will be taking legal advice on proposals to send children through its new X-ray scanners.

This is a change from its position, reported in The Register yesterday, that they did not believe the images created by the new scanning technology (the slightly unfortunately named Rapiscan) would fall foul of child pornography laws, because they use X-rays and therefore “they do not make an image”.

Read more on The Register.

Thanks to Brian Honan for this link.

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