The clever folks at Gizmodo used the Freedom of Information Act to obtain body scan images of one hundred citizens and have published what they claim are naked images from the TSA body scanners.
Uncharacteristically for a Gawker Media property, the site had the decency (or prudery…or legal discomfort) to remove any “identifying features.”
You may remember that Gawker Media was recently embroiled in a controversy over their publication of crime scene photos.
But the TSA story is a pretty big tease. The images are just a bunch of blurry pixels in the shape of a human—without a hint of nudity.
Fortunately, there is a more powerful scanner that produces images much more, um, newsworthy. Have a look!