US Senators Chuck Schumer and Ben Nelson are introducing an amendment to the FAA bill that would make it illegal to pass around TSA body scanner images like so many blurry nude baseball cards. If it passes, the Security Screening Confidential Data Privacy Act would ensure that violators could serve up to a year in jail and pay $US100,000 fine – per image. [The Atlantic]
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